CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO FAMILY LIFE WITHIN PENAL INSTITUTIONS AND GUARANTEES OF IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF
This article is addressing the matters of implementing the right to family life (relations) for the penal institutions inmates. The main reasons are highlighted impeding implementation of this legal right by the persons falling under various categories. Particular focus is made on implementation of the right to proper confinement conditions of pregnant women and women having children under three year of age in the penal institutions. This article contains a research in the problem of retaining parent and child relations for the period when juvenile offenders are kept isolated from the society. The author is emphasizing the imperfections of law with the view to restricting the right of juvenile convicted to visits while they are enduring their sentence under sever conditions and introducing practical measures to facilitate the implementation of the minor’s rights to family life within penal institutions.
penal institutions, penal detention centers, pregnant women, international acts, women having children under three year age, penal colonies, correctional colonies, family life, parent and child relations, child care centers at the penal colonies, juvenile