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February 07, 2019
Interpreters: Psychological Consequences
In this second pilot episode of Immersed we dive deep into the psychological consequences of the profession of Interpreters.
February 07, 2019

 

In the last few years, the waves of refugees fleeing their countries and arriving in Greece from various cultures, raised the need for a mutual understanding. The newcomers had to communicate their needs, worries, fears and hopes to the Greek society, to those who listened. Interpreters and cultural mediators are the bridge between the two sides.

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“I can’t, I’ve had a difficult time processing all this.” Since 2012, the registrar of Lesvos has been mainly registering the bodies of unidentified refugees.

“I didn’t know I had to tell my story somewhere”

Keita is from the Ivory Coast and has been living in Athens since 2010. As a minor, he decided to leave his family and pursue his dream to play football. But things didn’t quite work out as he expected.

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Name: Unknown – Cause of death: Drowning

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“I can’t, I’ve had a difficult time processing all this.” Since 2012, the registrar of Lesvos has been mainly registering the bodies of unidentified refugees.

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