Règle correspondante
Afghanistan
Practice Relating to Rule 105. Respect for Family Life
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.