القاعدة ذات الصلة
Afghanistan
Practice Relating to Rule 105. Respect for Family Life
Section A. General
Afghanistan’s Law on Juvenile Rehabilitation and Training Centres (2009) states regarding the detention of juveniles:
Article 12. [Detention] of children who are suspected, accused [or] convicted to imprisonment
(2) The children who are [sentenced] to imprisonment …will [be] kept in the nearest provincial juvenile centres … to their family [home].
Article 24. [Contact] with family.
[The persons] in charge of [a] juvenile’s justice rehabilitation centre … [have the] duty … to [ensure that juveniles, whether] suspected, accused [or] sentenced to imprisonment [are able] to communicate with their family, [through] visit, … mail or other ways that should not disturb [the] facility’s regulation.
Article 25
When a juvenile, [whether] suspected, accused [or] sentenced to imprisonment [dies], his or her body … , after … examination [by a forensic medical doctor], … will be delivered to the juvenile’s relative [next-of-kin] …
Article 26. Leave.
To keep proper communication between juveniles, [whether] suspected, accused [or] sentenced to imprisonment and their families, … external environment and society, … juveniles … may be granted [up to] 20 days leave.
[Juveniles may be granted] 7 days [leave] to [attend] the burial of [a] relative. 
Afghanistan, Law on Juvenile Rehabilitation and Training Centres, 2009, Articles 12(2) and 24–26.