(a) to advance the education of the public about the violence and abuse perpetrated against women and young people (the “issues”), in particular, but not exclusively by:
(i) arranging performances and other arts activities that relate to the issues;
(ii) assisting, encouraging and providing information to individuals and institutions about putting on performances and other arts activities relating to the issues;
(iii) publicising and encouraging debate of the issues;
(iv) undertaking and encouraging other to undertake research on the issues and disseminating or encouraging others to disseminate that research.
(b) to relieve the needs of women and young people who have been subject to violence and abuse, in particular but not exclusively by:
(i) providing advice, information and training to groups, individuals and professionals who work with victims and aggressors of violence and abuse;
(ii) working with victims and aggressors of violence and abuse;
(iii) increasing public awareness of the causes and impact of violence and abuse perpetrated against women and young people.