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In this paper, we address the issue of giving young people a voice by involving them as interviewers in the research process. While highlighting the beneficial outcomes and the empowering potential of this method, we critically discuss the assumption that peer-led interviews create less hierarchical power relations as no adult is involved. We thus caution against seeing this method as the ultimate solution to young people's marginalization. Considering that participation is a form of power, wedoi:10.1080/14733280801963003 fatcat:ic22vvxlqvbyvobdpvdlguwpiy