Information and support for people who are responding (formally and informally) in any community, service or system.
Through Insight Exchange we (all) have the opportunity to gain a more accurate understanding of lived experience of domestic and family violence and the role we play as social responders.
Through Insight Exchange we (all) have the opportunity to strengthen our responses to domestic and family violence as individuals, communities and organisations.
What is in the Exchange Menu?
Futures Framework is designed to support organisations and institutions in developing a strategic and holistic response to domestic, family and sexualised violence.
- Workplace Responses [Employees, Contractors, Volunteers]
- Client and Customer Responses [Consumers, Patients, Collaborators]
- Ecosystem Responses [Community, Suppliers, Shareholders, Systems]
- In focus Strangulation - The perpetration of strangulation is a serious problem globally. So, how can we improve our understanding of and responses to strangulation?
- In focus Clubs Industry - The clubs industry has a significant role to play in responding to domestic, family and sexualised violence.
- In focus Hotel Industry - The hotel industry has a significant role to play in responding to domestic, family and sexualised violence.
- In focus Retail Industry - The retail industry has a significant role to play in responding to domestic, family and sexualised violence.
- In focus Security Industry - The security industry has a significant role to play in responding to domestic, family and sexualised violence.
- In focus Sexual Harassment - “The right of workers to be free from sexual harassment is a human right, a workplace right and a safety right.” (Australia’s Sex Discrimination Commissioner) Explore resources about understanding and responding to workplace sexual harassment.
Other Exchange initiatives
- Language Lab - provides a set of resources to inform more accurate representations of violence through language.
- Arts Lab – introduces the idea (and related projects) that explore our responsibility of representation of domestic and family violence beyond relying on words alone and to include the use of visual arts.
- No Hidden Door - an initiative designed to highlight the importance of auditing the ‘doors’ to information that are currently available to victim-survivors of domestic, family and sexualised violence. Explore the reports, collection and guidance.
- Future Leaders - Today's tertiary students will become tomorrow’s leaders. Read below about the Future Leaders Insight Exchange Program. This program has been donated by Insight Exchange and has no cost barriers.
Are you looking for help, support or information about experiences of domestic and family violence?
The Insight component of Insight Exchange provides information and reflection support to people who are experiencing domestic and family violence.
Are you looking for resources that support your understanding of and responses to domestic and family violence?
Insight Exchange resources - including public events, publications, animations and videos - are designed to be free for anyone to ensure cost is no barrier to access.