This week the court ruled that unmarried fathers can now register the birth of their children with the department of home affairs in the absence of mothers. Craig discussed this new development with Newzroom Afrika live.
Dads bonding with their babies is a crucial part of child development, in this interview Craig shares ways new fathers can bond over meals and bath time.
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.
Today is Father’s Day across the globe. Father A Nation is pushing for a generation of men who can build a safe and prosperous South Africa.
Craig speaks to the Radio 2000 team following recent reports of the resurgence in gender based violence to look at the role men can play in turning the tide of gender based violence around.
Today’s baby talk segment is all about honouring fathers, celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds and the influence that fathers have in society.
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.
Craig talks about how parenthood is a journey towards being and becoming a whole man or woman as you raise your boys and your girls to become whole men and women.
For Child Protection Week Craig was asked to join SABC news in studio to discuss the work of Father A Nation and the importance of fathers.
Radio 2000 parenting corner with Craig.
Koketso Sachane played the “Dear Daddy” public service announcement from Care Norway, the Norwegian branch of charity Care International which has gone viral in Scandinavia, and you'll see why if you listen. Koketso also spoke to Craig about the role of men in South Africa and how if we heal men, we will heal [Read more]
"Craig is the dad South Africa wishes it had. In a country where so many grow up without father figures or good male role models, Craig takes the job of being a dad seriously. He critically unpacks the importance of the male energy and influence on children, and examines the problems we have in [Read more]
Craig joins Expresso in the studio to chat about his book, DAD, offering practical wisdom on how to be a great father while living with authentic masculinity.
A Rites of Passage camping experience designed to assist young men in their transition from boyhood to manhood.