On our final episode of the Six Pack Of Champion Virtues series we take this opportunity to honor and highlight Craig Wilkinson as a leader and advocate for change and role model in, Leading For Change. Craig shares his early childhood memories growing up in Johannesburg, travelling around various countries with his family and [Read more]
On our fifth episode of the Six Pack Of Champion Virtues series we combine the last two virtues, How To Mentor The Next Generation & How To Make The World A Better Place. We look at the role older men play in equipping young boys with the right tools to help them navigate life [Read more]
On our fourth segment of the Six Pack Of Champion Virtues series we discuss How To Build Your Band of Brothers. Research shows that men are lonely. They have company, but they lack connection. We easily share a beer with other men but struggle to share our hearts. We start off by discussing [Read more]
On our third segment of the Six Pack Of Champion Virtues series we discuss How Champion Men Define Themselves By Character. We start off by defining what character means to men and how we can build strong and positive characteristics on our journey to becoming great. We then unpack the 5 keys to [Read more]
On our second segment of the Six Pack Of Champion Virtues series we take a more introspective look into How Men Nurture Their Fields. Topics we cover on the show: 02:23 - Every man has a territory and the 4 most important things every man needs to tend to, 04:07 - Taking care [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]
We kick off our Six Pack Of Champion Virtues series with a deep dive into How Men Use Their Strength to help us harness the power of positive masculinity. Topics we cover on this show: 01:26 - The foundation of Father A Nation all about and the work they do with men in [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".
Nikki Bush of @Win at Work and Life Podcast in conversation with Craig about the importance of fathers in society and in their children’s development, as well as the need for positive masculinity in society today. THE CONVERSATION COVERS: How we need to heal men to heal the world Feminising men is not the [Read more]
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]
Navigating the complex landscape of masculinity and femininity with Susana Kennedy and Craig Wilkinson. Continuing the conversation around gender based violence Susana Kennedy welcomed Craig Wilkinson from “Father a Nation” . Their topic of conversation was Navigating the complex landscape of masculinity and femininity – The once clearly defined roles of men and women in society have changed drastically over [Read more]
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.
How does a man begin to live true masculinity? Co-host of CliffCentral.com's Man-to-Man Talks, Craig Wilkinson chats to Gareth about this as they cover some of topics raised in the new podcast series.
What does it mean to be a man? If you ask 100 different people you’re likely to get 100 different answers. We discuss the qualities of authentic masculinity, and how every man can embrace and validate their own masculinity and learn how to live it well.
Why do men get so upset when their team loses? Why is it so hard to say sorry? Why can’t they talk about their feelings? Why do men get abusive, or feel the need to sleep around? We unpack the reasons for this perplexing and often destructive behaviour.
What are the three things that wound the hearts of men? And what are the biggest misconceptions about masculinity that society pushes on us? Join Khalil and Craig as they discuss how these greatly influence the way men behave and perceive themselves.
No man is born a misogynist or abuser. So what sometimes goes wrong on the journey from boy to man? Every boy needs his father or an older man to model to him what the wonderful gift of masculinity looks like.