Meaning of mobilizer in English:

mobilizer

(British mobiliser)

noun

See mobilize

‘Could Jeremy detect that, despite my scheme, I was a mobilizer, too?’
  • ‘‘These persons act as social mobilisers who reach out to the community with a holistic approach,’ she said.’
  • ‘‘Europe is a mobiliser in these kind of areas,’ he said.’
  • ‘He wasn't a rabble-rouser, he wasn't a fiery speaker, he wasn't a mobiliser of large crowds, and he certainly wasn't a guerrilla.’
  • ‘Human rights as an ideology is a potent mobiliser of support for imperialist interventions and, as mentioned, a formidable guarantor of legitimacy.’