The Women's Aid Federation of England has launched a campaign, A Future Without Fear, to tackle domestic violence. The campaign is supported by Unison, which said it would raise the issue with employers and negotiate workplace policies to help women. 'Unison members come into contact with victims of abuse through their work as nurses, social care workers, health visitors and so on. It is vital they have the training and resources to identify and deal with violence in the home, ' said deputy general secretary Dave Prentis. The Women's Aid Federation says one in four women experiences domestic violence at some stage in their lives and a woman is killed every three days by a violent partner or ex-partner.