• Kevin Donnelly is a persuasive contributor to the endless battle of ideas. He fights the good fight. He continually reminds us of the debt we owe to western civilisation, and in particular the extent to which Judaeo-Christian values have shaped so much of what we hold dear.

    John Howard, former prime minister of Australia

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DR KEVIN DONNELLY AM

Kevin Donnelly is one of Australia’s leading conservative public intellectuals and cultural warriors.

NEW BOOK: A POLITICALLY CORRECT DICTIONARY AND GUIDE

We are excited to announce the recent launch of Kevin's latest book, A Politically Correct Dictionary and Guide. Click below for more information.

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ABOUT KEVIN

Kevin Donnelly is one of Australia’s leading conservative public intellectuals and cultural warriors. Since first warning about the dangers of political correctness in 1992 Kevin has engaged in the battle of ideas against the cultural-left’s long march through the institutions.

In opposition to politically correct indoctrination and group think exemplified by critical theory,identity politics and victimhood Kevin argues for what T S Eliot describes as the "preservation of learning, for the pursuit of truth, and in so far as men are capable of it, the attainment of wisdom".

"Preservation of learning, for the pursuit of truth, and in so far as men are capable of it, the attainment of wisdom"

T S Elliot

Public Speaking

As an experienced and much sought after educationalist, author and public commentator Kevin has years of experience researching, publishing and speaking on topics as diverse as the purpose of education, how best to raise standards, international developments in education, school funding, the impact of political correctness, the origins and impact of the ‘culture wars’ and the significance of Western civilisation and Judeo-Christianity.

After losing his son, James, in a hit and run accident Kevin wrote Taming the Black Dog and also is available to talk about how best to build resilience and cope with anxiety and depression.

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