National Policies and Laws For Children

Afghanistan National Laws on Child Rights

The status of the CRC in Afghan law remains unclear. While Article 7 of the Constitution obligates the Government to observe ratified international human rights treaties and Article 94 arguably recognises these treaties as a source of law, no provision explicitly clarifies the status of international instruments in the national legal system. 

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Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is Responsible for the detention of children and regulation of conditions for children in detention and juvenile rehabilitation centers. It Leads a Commission against human smuggling.

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Educational Sector Strategy

Author:Ministry of Education,2007

Fair Access of Children to Education in Afghanistan

Author:Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission,2009