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Christian Hui, MSW, RSW (he/him) is a settler living with HIV, an HIV and harm PHOTO reduction advocate, a community mobilizer, a registered social worker, a CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network Community Advisory Committee Member, a Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) Ambassador, and a CIHR Vanier Canada Graduate Scholar. He is an international steering committee member of the Undetectable=Untransmittable (U=U) Campaign, and a co-founder of two independent networks of people living with HIV: Ontario Positive Asians and the Canadian Positive People Network. He served on the Canadian Delegation at the 2016 UN High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS in 2016, and was awarded the Ontario AIDS Network Person Living HIV/AIDS Leadership Award in 2017. Christian’s doctoral research aims to demonstrate the impact of privilege on the clinical health outcomes of people living with HIV, and to co-create a sustainable Positive Health Equity Action Plan through the meaningful engagement of people living with HIV and members from key population groups, along with organizational representatives, researchers and policy makers. His academic interest includes bridging qualitative, quantitative and community-led research approaches and methodologies to inform the development of global health and social policies to advance equity for communities oppressed by neo-colonial policies.