Check out some of Craig’s media engagements and speaking events.

Craig at TEDx

In this TEDx talk, Craig shares his belief that true masculinity is a beautiful gift to humanity, and that it is wounded masculinity that is so deeply destructive. He shows us that if we can heal men, we can heal the world.

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 “Craig Wilkinson is on a mission to help men rediscover true masculinity. He is doing so through Father-a-nation and his new book DAD. I enjoyed this interview for various reasons but mainly because Craig truly has a deep understanding of the issues that face men today. You hear it often that masculinity is in a […]

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Craig on News24 Live

Craig chats to Jennifer Sanasie of News24 about how a good father can make a phenomenal difference in their children’s lives.

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The Real Man Pledge

Are you man enough to take the real man pledge? We are starting a movement, based on a simple principle: if we can heal men, we can heal society. We believe if every man were to stand up and say “I’m going to be a real man, and a real father”, our nation would change […]

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ETV news coverage of Father A Nation

“Against all odds” on ETV news showcases Father A Nation (FAN). Founded by Craig, FAN is an organization that trains ordinary men to look after child-headed families in Bophelong Township. Most children in this area don’t have time to discuss their issues with a grown-up and often have no choice but to turn to crime. […]

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Craig on the Espresso show

The Espresso show chats to Craig and his son Luke the importance of getting your kids to read. Research conducted recently by the Open Book Festival showed that boys are reading significantly less than girls, largely due to the stereotype that reading isn’t cool and because they don’t often see their father reading, or at […]

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Optentia, North West University

Craig talks about which factors can help optimise the South African Youth’s potential. Craig received an Optentia Award in 2013 in recognition of his initiatives regarding the Father A Nation project. As quoted by North West University “Craig receives the award because he serves as an example of how a person can contribute to optimise […]

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