Be a Participant of Insight Exchange
See Insight Exchange Update 11 for details on how we are operating during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are inviting people who have experienced domestic and family violence to share their de-identified experiences through Insight Exchange.
The Insight Exchange interview process has been designed with the support of people with lived experience of violence and professionals to ensure it is safe, ethical and has a person’s consent.
At different times, we may invite people who have experienced specific aspects of domestic and family violence to share their experience in support of particular social change initiatives we have underway.
If you are interested in participating please complete the Expression of Interest form.
Please note, that an Expression of Interest can only be submitted by the person wishing to participate and cannot be submitted on behalf of another person. If you would like more information about what to expect when you participate in Insight Exchange, please read our Participant Information Pack.
Our best hopes and our acknowledgement
We acknowledge that whilst our best hopes are that participation in Insight Exchange is positive, we cannot assume to know or measure all that participation may mean to someone at the time or over time. We also acknowledge that despite our best efforts to assemble with a participant a more accurate representation of some of their experiences, we can never fully understand all that their experiences of violence mean to them now or through their life. We understand that no one’s life experience can ever be fully represented in language or any other form.
At all times the Insight Exchange team work to fulfill
- Domestic Violence Service Management's code of conduct
- Domestic Violence Service Management's values and principles.