3.1 the objects of the charity are for the public benefit: –
3.1.1 to provide relief and rehabilitation for persons, and members of their families, who have been tortured or who have been traumatised by observing torture or related violence on others close to them in relationship or proximity, particularly at a young age, in any part of the world, and who, as survivors of torture, are in conditions of need;
3.1.2 to educate, train and supervise legal, medical and other professionals and persons who provide assistance to survivors of torture;
3.1.3 to promote human rights (as set out in the universal declaration of human rights and subsequent united nations conventions and declarations) and the european convention on human rights, the refugee convention and the united nations convention against torture (the “conventions”) by the following means:
(i) promoting the protection of and redress for survivors of torture by providing legal and welfare advice, medico-legal reports, relief and financial and other assistance;
(ii) raising awareness both in the uk and abroad of incidents and patterns of torture anywhere in the world;
(iii) raising awareness both in the uk and abroad of human rights issues relating to the obligations on states under the conventions to prevent and prohibit torture, punish those responsible for acts of torture, provide remedies to survivors of torture and never to expel, return or extradite a person to another state where there are substantial grounds for believing there is a danger they will be subjected to torture;
(iv) contributing to the sound administration of human rights law and ensuring that governments fulfil their human rights obligations relating to torture and torture survivors.