The AAT uses a range of methods to engage with, and seek feedback from, our users about the services we provide. We also undertake various activities to promote a greater understanding of the AAT’s role and procedures.
We hold liaison meetings from time to time with people and organisations who deal regularly with the AAT and other stakeholders with an interest in our work. Participants may include government agencies and other decision-makers, legal practitioners, migration agents, advocacy groups and other representative bodies. Liaison meetings provide a forum for information exchange, discussion about developments at the AAT and an opportunity for us to seek feedback about our operations.
We undertake consultation on proposals for significant changes to our practices and procedures for which we are responsible, including seeking comments from our users and other stakeholders.
The AAT pursues a range of opportunities to engage with the community to promote awareness of review rights and how our review processes operate. We also provide speakers to talk about the AAT at community information sessions arranged by other government agencies and community organisations.
Speeches and papers
AAT members and staff give presentations about the AAT at conferences, seminars and other forums . A number of past speeches and papers given by Presidents of the AAT are available to download.
We run two annual competitions for students as a means of promoting understanding of administrative law and the AAT:
We use social media to share the latest news, updates on our services, changes to legislation and information on upcoming events.
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By participating on our social media pages, you are taken to have agreed to our User Policy.