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MOST REVEREND DOM. DAVID BELL.OSC. DD. BA. MA.(Thl) D.Phil. JD. LL.D(Law)FRSA.MY LORD; HIS GRACE

The ARCHBISHOP OF LONDON.

Titular Bishop of Sanctus Germanus.

‘Primus &  President of the Society’Honoris Causa ‘Professor of Law

Patron of Advocates for Abandoned Adolescents

Former Secretary for Doctrine & Faith of the Brazilian Patriarchate. from   19.09.2005 – 29.10.2009.

Believing that there are fundamental, emotional and intellectual differences between children and adults, Advocates for Abandoned Adolescents’  mission is to end the practice of trying, sentencing and incarcerating youth under 18 in the adult criminal justice system.Our mission is to place a national spotlight upon the nations approach  to juvenile justice, and to place  faces and stories to the children that were waived, and thereby, held to an adult standard in the courtroom and then sent to adult prisons. Our mission is to end the practice of sentencing children to life without the possibility of parole, and to reduce the harm caused to children in adult prisons by supporting legislation that will make those who were sentenced as children eligible to have their sentences reviewed at some point during their incarceration.
Advocates for Abandoned Adolescent’s mission is to introduce concerned citizens to effective ways in which they can contribute to enhancing the quality of juvenile justice, to create chapters of A.A.A. in every state coast to coast. To organize and coordinate a national synchronized protest on all fifty state capitals on the same day, at the same moment and unified under the A.A.A. banner.

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