I have come across this following sentence but I could not figure out the highlighted part of its structure.
In the next session of parliament, the government will introduce new laws aimed at stopping domestic violence.
For me it should be :
'In the next session of parliament, the government will introduce new laws (which are ) aiming at stopping domestic violence.'
I feel that there seems to be reduced relative clause after the word laws which is subject of it.On the other hand I think the new laws cannot 'aim at' by itself, is it 'a passive reduced relative clause' ,if there is something like that?