Timothy Haines – Consulting Services – Stanford Who’s Who Certified
Dr. Tim Haines Profiled As Migration and Anthropology Expert with EMIC
SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, September 2, 2013 /Stanford Who’s Who/-- Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the addition of Dr. Tim Haines to the distinguished ranks of professional individuals as a result of his extraordinary work in the field of anthropology and migration. As Principal at Emulink Migration & Intercultural Consultancies (EMIC), as well as throughout his entire career, Dr. Haines has consistently exhibited extraordinary expertise in Aboriginal affairs, humanitarian migration, qualitative search, ethnography, and history.
EMIC is an anthropological consultancy and migration agency offering a comprehensive selection of services, including native title investigations, site surveys, anthropological reports as well as consultation and negotiations arranged between mining concerns and community groups. EMIC also focuses on review and offers services to any prospective migrant who needs help in lodging and pursuing a review application through the Migration Review Tribunal. Another focus is business migration, particularly from Asia to Australia.
A registered migration agent, former public servant, and qualified social anthropologist with a background in migration, and migrant and refugee settlement, Dr. Haines’ far reaching abilities and knowledge enable him to offer culturally sensitive specialist services to prospective migrants and Aboriginal people in order to link them with industry and services across Australia. Prior to establishing Emulink in 2003, Dr. Haines served in Thailand with the Australian Development Assistance Bureau as a senior officer in the Commonwealth Department of Immigration and Citizenship and the Commonwealth Treasury, then as Executive Director of the Survivors of Torture and Trauma Assistance and Rehabilitation Service, an NGO in South Australia. He later worked in the remote Western Australian centre of Wiluna for an Aboriginal Corporation and subsequently with the South Australian Government, negotiating with Aboriginal communities on native title issues.
While acquiring a large part of his expertise through professional experience, Dr. Haines also obtained a BA in Indonesian Languages and Literatures and a LittB in Anthropology from the ANU, and a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Queensland. Further evidencing his commitment to his chosen profession, he became a member of the Migration Institute of Australia, a member of the Australian Indonesian Business Council, and a Fellow of the Australian Anthropological Society. He has also presented papers on migrant settlement, refugee resettlement in the north of Australia, native title and cultural translation in Sydney, Washington, Adelaide and New Delhi. Dr. Haines has written numerous survey reports, mediating between Aboriginal groups and mining companies.
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