Craig Wilkinson, Founder & CEO of Father A Nation SA NPC for a profile and work of Father a Nation NPC a Non-Profit Organisation that runs high impact interventions to deal with the scourge of gender-based violence in South Africa.
Tonight, we wrap up our last Man Torque show for 2021 with Craig Wilkinson, Founder and CEO of Father A Nation (FAN), bestselling author, award winning social entrepreneur and motivational speaker and Charles Mpepho, Former Funder and chairperson of the Alexander men's forum now current Snr mentor of Father a Nation in Alexander, [Read more]
'In keeping with the theme, "Moving from Awareness to Accountability", a nonprofit organisation has launched a community centre in Alexandra, Johannesburg. The facility wants to encourage men and boys to do better, and help end GBV. Craig Wilkinson, founder and CEO of Father A Nation speaks to #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403' [Read more]
'Author and Father A Nation CEO, Craig Wilkinson, this week opened a Community Centre in Alexandra to combat toxic masculinity and mentor young men and boys. This is done through programmes designed with a dedicated focus on GBV perpetrators."
Non-profit organisation Father A Nation has opened its first #NOEXCUSES community centre in Alexandra, Joburg for men and boys. The group believes this empower and educate them as it believes this is key to ending the cycle of gender-based violence. The organisation hopes the centre will be the first of many, providing men and [Read more]
Father A Nation CEO Craig Wilkinson says if you increase law enforcement but don't change values and how men behave it's not gonna make much of a difference. It is important to heal boys, men and fathers to bring real change to gender-based violence. This will help in understanding why it is happening. [Read more]
Abongile speaks to Craig Wilkinson Author & Founder at Father A Nation.
'As 16 days of activism wraps up today Father A Nation is changing the narrative, shifting from a focus on the survivor, to a focus on the perpetrator in order to identify why Gender-Based Violence is happening and developing programmes and interventions to prevent it from happening. Now to tell us more [Read more]
In a recent survey by YouGov more men between the ages of 18 and 24 viewed masculinity in a negative light than those who viewed it positively. This podcast isn’t some vague, highbrow observation of a societal issue. Craig shares his personal journey as a single dad and deep understanding of why [Read more]
Craig joins Cape Talk radio Weekend Breakfast's Sara-Jayne King to speak about how Father A Nation aims to address gender-based violence, crime and fatherlessness by "restoring and equipping men to be nation-builders, fathers and role models".
SO WHAT NOW? Craig Wilkinson joins Siyabulela Jentile, Keitumetse Moutloatse for a panel discussion hosted by Gareth Cliff on his television show “So What Now?” to discuss what ‘toxic masculinity’ means in 2020?
Calls for men to be at the center of the fight against gender-based violence continue to grow As the country battles to contain gender-based violence, there are growing calls for men to be at the center of the fight. Last week, a two-day Men’s Parliament for the Men’s Movement was held to [Read more]
Incidents of gender-based violence have increased over lockdown. Craig and Lebo Mashile discuss what causes it and how to address it.
Father A Nation Founder, Craig Wilkinson speaks to Ntokozo Mazibuko as Carling Black Label’s No Excuse Movement offers additional support through their partnership with Father-A-Nation and Lifeline.
Gender Based Violence – why it happens and what we need to do to stop it. African Women Must Keep Up With The Fight Against Gender Discrimination.
No-one who calls himself a man can sit back while our society is ravaged by toxic masculinity. The opposite of masculinity is not femininity, it’s passivity. All it takes for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing. Here are five practical ways every man can become an activist in the fight against [Read more]
Yet another daughter of our land brutalized at the hands of broken manhood. And another. And another. Another precious daughter, sister, mother, aunt savaged by the scourge of toxic masculinity. The deplorable evil we call gender based violence has made itself visible in a way which no man can ignore. Whether we like it or [Read more]
Rape and violence against women and children is a deadly cancer festering in the psyche of our nation and unless we take radical action to destroy it, it will destroy us. Cancer is a deadly disease. It cannot be treated by ignoring it, putting band aids over it or popping a pill or two. It [Read more]