(e) if necessary, to promote the objectives of this article through the conclusion of bilateral or multilateral agreements or agreements and, in this context, to endeavour to ensure that the placement of the child in another country is ensured by the relevant authorities or bodies. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCLOS) is an international treaty – an agreement between different countries – specially tailored to the needs of children. Children also have all rights in other international human rights treaties, but the HRC includes additional rights that only children need. The convention also contains a series of agreements to add other unique rights for children, which are optional for countries – they are called “optional protocols.” These include the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCLOS), which is a legally binding international convention that defines the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights of each child, regardless of race, religion or abilities. The Un Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCLOS) is a legally binding international convention applicable to every child. 2. To this end, States Parties encourage bilateral or multilateral agreements or adherence to existing agreements. 4. States parties take all appropriate measures to ensure the recovery of child support from parents or others who assume financial responsibility for the child, both within the State party and abroad. In particular, where the person who has the financial responsibility of the child is responsible, The States Parties encourage adherence to or the conclusion of international conventions, as well as the establishment of other appropriate arrangements. 7. When a member of the Committee dies or resigns or declares that he can no longer perform the functions of the Committee for other reasons, the State party that appointed him appoints, subject to the Committee`s agreement, appointing another expert among him, who will work for the duration of the remaining term. There are concerns about the management of juvenile justice in Azerbaijan, including compliance with Articles 37, 39 and 40 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and other relevant standards, such as the Beijing rules, Riyadh guidelines and UN rules of inaction.

[29] This is why international organizations have helped Azerbaijan improve the situation in the area of juvenile justice. [30] [27] The President`s pardon has been regularly added to the President`s pardons. [27] States Parties recognize the important role played by the media and ensure that children have access to information and materials from a multitude of national and international sources, particularly those aimed at promoting their social, mental and moral well-being, as well as their physical and mental health.