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上手な日本語訳にしてほしいんです。

上手な日本語訳にしてほしいんです。 直訳でやったら意味がわかりませんでした。お願いします。 The Ikki-Nomi Boshi Kyogikai ( a liaison conference to prevent reckless drinking ) has launched its annual campaign to stamp out " alcohol harassment " , for example , to make somebody drink against their will , to force a person to down a large drink at one go, or to insult people who cannot or don't want to drink. At least 55 students have died as a result of acute alcohol poisoning due to reckless drinking since 1986, and although the number of deaths from alcohol poisoning is on the decline, there are still people losing who cannot or don’t want to drink. The group said party organizers have to make sure of three things: that nobody will be harassed in any way during a party; that people aren’t made to “ party till they puke”, and that if a drinker collapses, ensure that he or she won’t be left alone. “Japanese society has been too tolerant for misbehavior during partiers. These who force people to drink against their will don’t realize how much they are hurting people both mentally and physically”, Kaku said. He lost a son after the boy was forced to gulp down drinks at his university ski club’s party.

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 「一気飲み防止協議会(一気飲みをやめさせる連絡協議会)は、本人の意志に反して飲酒を強制し、一時に大量のアルコールを飲ませたり、飲めないとかは飲もうとしない者を馬鹿にするような、アルハラ行為を撲滅する年一度のキャンペーンを開始した。  アルコール中毒症による死亡件数は減少しては居るが、1986年以来、少なくとも55名が、暴飲によるアルコール中毒の結果死亡している。この集団はパーティーを企画する者は、三つの注意事項を守る必要があると言っている。第一は、パーティーの間に誰もハラスメントをされないこと、第二は「嘔吐するまでパーティーを続ける」ことを誰も強制されないこと、第三に、誰かが倒れたら、決して当人を放置しないこと、の三つである。  『日本の社会は、これまで、飲酒の席上での羽目を外した行動に対して、寛容でありすぎた。本人の意志に反して飲酒を強要する者は、それによって人にどれだけ精神的、身体的な害を与えているかを理解していない。』とクスは言った。彼の息子は、大学のスキークラブで、強制された飲酒のため亡くなっている。」 上手な日本語訳ではありませんが、お後がよろしいようで。

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