There are several ways you can participate in Insight Exchange at your lead. Some examples about participating are listed below.

Share insights 

  • Be a participant - People who have experienced domestic and family violence are invited to share their de-identified experiences through Insight Exchange. This page provides more information about participating.
  • The Creative Book Exchange - an invitation to participate in creating and/or contributing to a tangible (or non-digital) collection of handmade artist books. The books include entries and creative expressions of de-identified experiences of family, domestic and sexualised violence.

Share Insight Exchange

  • Share Insight Exchange - We invite you to share the insights and materials published on Insight Exchange. Explore ideas about how to share Insight Exchange.
  • Print work, posters and cards - designed to share access to Insight Exchange resources and freely available for any organisation or institution to use in the workplace, with clients/customers and in community. 

Share responses to insights and resources

  • Share Responses and Feedback - We invite you to share responses and feedback about your experience of and engagement in Insight Exchange. 

Make a booking or make contact

  • Bookings - Open events and opportunities. Includes archived of closed events.
  • Contact Us - Make contact with the Insight Exchange Team to ask a question, to provide feedback, to sign up for Insight Exchange Updates or to express interest in being a participant.

Sustain Insight Exchange

  • Donate to make a difference - Insight Exchange has been established, developed and is governed by Domestic Violence Service Management (DVSM) a registered charity (ABN 26 165 400 635). 
  • In the 'listening' menu you can explore the lived experience insights.
  • In the 'exploring' menu you can view and read animations and resources informed by lived experience insights. 
  • In the 'responding' menu you can view and read about resources and initiatives designed to uplift responses across the ecosystem.
  • In the 'learning' menu you can view and read resources designed to build on understanding of violence and abuse. 
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