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protagonist

the principal character in a play, story, etc.
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The definition of protagonism considered its literal dictionary meaning.
From the deinstitutionalization perspective, broadening protagonism and social participation is one of the main pillars and a central aspect in the rehabilitation processes, insofar as rehabilitate means "build (rebuild) real access to rights of citizenship, to the progressive exercise of these rights, to the possibility of seeing them recognized and acting from them, and to the capacity to practice them" (31).
This traditional protagonism on the world stage is anchored in solid measures on the domestic side.
More recently, we were among the first countries to ratify the Paris Agreement, which deals with one of the main threats to the right of access to water: Climate change.FORESTSbrThis traditional protagonism on the world stage is anchored in solid measures on the domestic side.
However, it divides the protagonism with a greater number of actors--markets, international organizations, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, regional blocs, consultants and entrepreneurs configuring multi-scalar governance--global, national, regional, supranational and local (Dale, 2009, 2014).
Short stories have greater protagonism, showing Quiroga's future inclination towards narrative rather than poetry.