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reeducation

(rēej″ŭ-kā′shŏn) [ re- + education]
1. Training to restore competence to a person with functional limitations.
2. A physical technique to facilitate restoration of motor control.

sensory reeducation

A rehabilitation regimen used after sensation is impaired by peripheral nerve injuries or surgery to the hand. Common applications include manual techniques, vibration, and electrical stimulation. The purpose is to relearn the interpretation of sensory information related to pain, temperature, and object identification.
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The women, who were released in the last two months would, if allowed, be returning to a religiously conservative part of Pakistan where social pressure alongside their cultural roots could persuade them to discard Chinese re-education.
Much of the information about China's re-education centres comes from West.
In its announcement of the media awards, Amnesty International Canada calls the re-education campaign one of the most brazen, large-scale human rights abuses of our time.
The New York Times reported September 9 on what it has learned about the re-education camps, which were apparently started in April 2016.
A United Nations panel estimated recently that China has detained as many as one million Uighurs in internment camps and re-education programmes.
A law student at the University of British Columbia, Shawn Zhang, has begun geo-locating some of China's new detainment and re-education centers.
"Those who are caught are sent to youth labor-reform centers and kept there for about a year for re-education," a source said.
This included the increased use of compulsory "re-education" for anyone suspected of harbouring separatist sympathies.
Last year, as Xi Jinping was crowned China's most powerful leader since Chairman Mao at a politically sensitive congress in Beijing, Xinjiang's re-education centres were "inundated" by detainees, who were forced to endure cramped and squalid conditions, the report said.
2016 was apparently responsible for purging high-ranking party officials and sent them to a "re-education" session.
How would Mr Gray react if Labourites were described as 'far-left communists', bent on murdering their political opponents or consigning them to Gulags in Siberia for re-education? Doug Shield Ponteland
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