Our approach to communication and engagement is critical to the integrity of Insight Exchange.
Below are some of the ways we communicate and engage with stakeholders about the development, evolution and refinement of Insight Exchange.
Participants are invited to give feedback at the completion of each step in the interview process to shape their participation experience. Each participant is invited at the close of participation to complete a de-identified survey about their overall participation experience. This feedback informs how and where we refine the participation opportunity and practice. The de-identified comments from participants inform internal governance reporting, and may be included as examples in invitations to participate and in the Insight Exchange Engagement Report.
When new Insight Exchange resources are being scoped and developed we work with collaborators and stakeholders in the content development. People with lived experience of domestic and family violence in their childhood and/or adulthood are invited to shape the work, along with people who may be working as responders (formally and informally) across the ecosystem, as well as other specialist subject matter experts where context is specific.
The feedback collected is made transparently available on Insight Exchange in a de-identified feedback report at the time of releasing the first edition of the related publication.
Practice Exchange – 5 scenarios (in print format) and portfolio of reflections
Context: Practice Exchange was designed to be a supportive initiative for organisations to reflect on and develop their practice in responding to domestic and family violence and related forms of adversity. The collaboration centred on and drew from the work of Response-Based Practice.
5 scenarios (in print format only) are hosted inside the Practice Exchange 2019 Portfolio. Each service scenario is hypothetical and includes Scenario A and B as well as observations by Dr Allan Wade (Centre for Response-Based Practice).
Insight Exchange Associate Reflections
Who benefits from a system that works in silos; where leaders of services and systems responding to domestic, family and sexualised violence are kept apart? And what can happen when we enable connection?
Share how you have applied the ideas
Do you want to share with others how you have applied the Insight Exchange ideas and resources?
Read the guide for contributing to the ideas applied resource which includes the link for completing your submission.