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marginalized populations emphasizes the importance of community participatory approaches. However, the majority of ¢eld reports on psychosocial support with marginalized children describe donor initiated projects in which the goal is community empowerment, ownership and control, rather than reports about collaboration with activist movements arising from the communities themselves. This paper addresses one recent example of the latter form of collaboration, in which activists of a socialdoi:10.1097/wtf.0b013e32823b047a fatcat:gxw34t3pajfdjpzatjtstdxkuy