Traductions & exemples
agents for change
acteurs du changement [ex.]
expand_more Quatrièmement, le sort des «justes», qui sont les premiers acteurs du changement.
Il convenait de considérer les migrants comme des acteurs du changement et non comme de simples victimes.
Ce sont eux les premiers acteurs du changement.
Exemples d'usage pour « agents for change » en français
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English15 See “Women as agents of change”, IFAD discussion paper, February 2003, p. 9.
EnglishThe primary thrust of the strategies are to involve young people as agents of change.
EnglishFourth, the fate of “the just”, who are the prime agents of change.
EnglishWe will realize this if we have agents of change in our global village.
EnglishMen as agents of change in the labour market and in the workplace
EnglishThey are agents of change that become agents of stability.
EnglishSecond, SMEs may also be agents of change in the production system.
EnglishThose who controlled the information media could be the most influential agents for change.
EnglishWomen continue to take on greater roles as agents of change throughout all our societies.
EnglishKinyanjui (Kenya) said that women were critical agents of change in development.
EnglishOrganizational barriers that obstruct women from realizing their potential to be agents of change
EnglishThe report concludes that the poor themselves are the most potent agents of change.
EnglishThe women of the community can be important agents for change.
EnglishTeachers at all levels are key agents of change.
EnglishEntrepreneurs are often the risk-taking agents of change and growth in a market economy.
EnglishMigrants should be regarded as agents of change, not just victims.
EnglishEmpowering stakeholders to ensure participation, in particular, women as agents of change
EnglishMalaysia recognizes youth as the agents of change.
EnglishWomen act as agents of change all over the world.
EnglishAnother strategy is to mobilize agents of change such as religious and community leaders.