The CPPN acknowledges that people living with HIV and
HIV co-infections represent unique perspectives and diverse and often
marginalized lived/living experiences that contribute to knowledge, awareness
and understanding that can and does contribute to ending ignorance, intolerance,
stigma and discrimination.
The CPPN is committed to proactively working with and representing all people living with HIV and HIV co-infections, members of key priority and/or often marginalized populations regardless of race, ethnicity, gender or gender identity, age, religion or religious affiliation or non-affiliation, sex, sexual identity or sexual orientation, cultural heritage or country-of-origin, profession or vocation, or personal identity with community to guide the ongoing priorities and activities of the Network.