Our response to listening to lived expertise is what makes the difference – socially and systemically.

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In the 'responding' menu you can view and read about resources and initiatives designed to uplift responses across the ecosystem.

The focus areas are listed here and described below. Each link will take you to the relevant landing page where you will find the related booklets, animations, information and posters.

Creating Conversation Illustration

Creating Conversations - an event series designed to bring people together with the understanding that domestic and family violence is a ‘shared social issue’.

Futures Framework Illustration

Futures Framework is designed to support organisations and institutions in developing a strategic and holistic response to domestic, family and sexualised violence.

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Uplift Workplace Responses [Employees, Contractors, Volunteers]

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Uplift Client and Customer Responses [Consumers, Patients, Collaborators]

Ecosystem Responses Illustration

Uplift Ecosystem Responses [Community, Suppliers, Shareholders, Systems]

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Industry Lab - Every industry has a role to play in responding to domestic, family and sexualised violence. Every response matters, and therefore the understanding of every industry matters. In focus: Clubs IndustryHotels Industry | Security Industry | Retail Industry

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Working with content - There is no neutral standpoint from which to theorise the ‘problem’ of violence or to educate others about it. Read the booklet Working with 'distressing' content and view the collection.

Language Lab Image

Language Lab - provides a set of resources to inform more accurate representations of violence through language.

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Arts Lab – explores ways to engage with lived experience insights about violence and abuse beyond relying on the written word - featuring original works (visual arts).

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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.

  • 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 'learning' menu you can view and read resources designed to build on understanding of violence and abuse. 
  • In the 'participating' menu you can explore several ways to participate in Insight Exchange at your lead. 
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