implement a moratorium on all executions of persons convicted of crimes committed
before the age of eighteen. 2 In conformity with the international juvenile
justice standards immediately commute those
that children in conflict with the law have prompt access to impartial legal assistance,
including assistance in proving their age at the time of an alleged offense,
and require police, prosecution, and judicial
authorities to record the ages of children who come
before them. 2
that judicial authorities understand and enforce the ban on juvenile death
penalty, including providing judges
and prosecutors with training on its application, and by ordering
a review of all death sentences where there is doubt that the individual was
over 18 at the time of the offense. 2
a complete list of all juveniles who were sentenced to death for crimes
committed before the age of 18,
including their names, ages at the time of their alleged crimes, details
of the their case and where they are being kept.
a complete review of all existing cases of juveniles facing executions at all
stages of arrest, investigation, trial,
and sentencing by judges trained in juvenile cases, and in developing
sentencing options that promote the rehabilitation and social reintegration of
children in conflict with the law.
that juveniles are only tried in specialized juvenile courts by trained
a special desk to consult and accommodate both families of victims and of the accused.
Assign mediation and arbitration committees and counseling.