Guide | Using Insight Exchange
Who are these ideas and resources for?
Everyone. You may have lived experience of domestic, family and sexualised violence or be reflecting on your relationships. You may be responding to people with lived experience, formally or informally. You may be wanting to learn more.
Can I use the resources on Insight Exchange in my organisation, institute, community?
Yes. Our hope is that these ideas and resources are shared and applied broadly and deeply across communities, services and systems.
Insight Exchange has borne the cost of developing this platform and these resources, so that any community can access these ideas without cost barriers, and so that individuals can privately access these ideas without having to first access a service or person if they are not safe enough or not wanting to do so.
Can I use an Insight Exchange PDF, Video or Animation on my website?
All materials hosted on Insight Exchange include copyright, disclaimer and reproduction statement where relevant. We apply copyright across all Insight Exchange materials to acknowledge and protect the generous contributions of authors. We ask that if using any of the Insight Exchange resources in your context, that you respectfully and consistently include the relevant attribution and disclaimer.
To best preserve and honour the work undertaken to build and sustain Insight Exchange, please note the table of permissions outlined below.
Arts Lab Collection Images: Specific Permission Required Apply here
At no point is permission granted for the materials to be commercialised into items or content for sale/profit in any form.
What about organisations and institutions wanting to embed into e-learning platforms for employees?
If you are a for profit organisation/institution and you are wanting to use these materials in your e-learning platform please contact the Insight Exchange Team to obtain specific permission. [email protected]
What about education, training and consultants who apply fees to students/participants?
If you are an education provider, training institute or consultant applying fees to attending participants, and you are wanting to use these materials in your learning content please contact the Insight Exchange Team to obtain specific permission. [email protected]
Insight Exchange has been established, developed and is governed by Domestic Violence Service Management (DVSM) a registered charity (ABN 26 165 400 635).
Launched in November 2017, Insight Exchange was designed by Domestic Violence Service Management (DVSM), in collaboration with Dr Linda Coates and Dr Allan Wade from Centre for Response-Based Practice Canada.
Insight Exchange has been sustained through the generous donations of individuals and a silent donor for the benefit of many.
Thanks for your commitment to preserve the integrity of this work.