BBC环球慢速英语 第294期:2007年世界精神卫生日(7)
日期:2018-04-13 13:43

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Voice 2: In the 1990's, there was war in this part of the world. In the past, people called this area Yugoslavia. After the war, Yugoslavia split. It became different countries. During this war, many people experienced torture. Torture can leave physical scars or marks. But it can also injure a person's mind.
声音2:上世纪90年代,在地球的这一地区发生了战争DvI+MS6|TGXoMARv%_6;。以前,人们把该地区称为南斯拉夫1~i+z4D(JU5)MVO。战争结束以后,南斯拉夫解体mm_#h_,@s9~VRE。分解成多个国家=D#LdUQFl7z8b。在这场战争中,许多人经历了酷刑x)|a98|BmN。酷刑可能会在身体上留下伤疤或疤痕ILCwF=u3qaZ*;f%Df。同时还可能损害人们的精神rV!@Fd_Sw@VXV+
Voice 1: The Center for Rehabilitation of Torture Victims began in 2000. Since then, they have worked to help torture survivors and their families - especially refugees. They provide mental, medical and legal help. They help victims recover from their torture experiences. They help the victim to begin fully living life again. Many people travel to the Center for treatment. But workers from the Center also travel to different areas. This way they can help people who are not able to travel.
声音1:酷刑受害者康复中心于2000年成立Lk-MuLAL_KWl。从那时起,该中心一直致力于为酷刑幸存者及其家人提供帮助,尤其是为难民提供帮助aK=Z.j;IVO10NcIWh,y。他们提供精神、医疗和法律援助ZReg)X=m!#@qNs7v。他们帮助受害者摆脱酷刑经历带来的伤害Y,)9XyRxhZf。他们帮助受害者再次尽情享受生活8LpFdUxJc!B2w((。许多人前往该中心寻求治疗C.A^ypHVV*CyykRjk|。该中心的工作人员也会前往不同地区,sVFu&6T(8;h。这样他们就能帮助那些行动不便的人pX4[&P!-EN&cF8dQ

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