Dr Anthony Dillon is a post doctoral research fellow at the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, at the Australian Catholic University in Sydney Australia. He is actively involved in research into the areas of mental health and Aboriginal well-being, and lectures university students and different community groups on Aboriginal issues.
Originally from Queensland, Anthony holds a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, a Master’s degree in adult education, and a PhD in psychology from the University of Western Sydney. He is currently completing his Master’s of Clinical Psychology.
Anthony is proud of both his Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal ancestry and is an active social commentator on Aboriginal issues. He has had several thought provoking articles published in The Australian Newspaper, The Conversation, and ABC Drum online. He has featured as a guest on ABC radio’s Counterpoint withAmanda Vanstone, Sky News and SBS.
Anthony believes that Aboriginal affairs is everyone’s business and that for as long as Aboriginal people are diminished, Australia is diminished. He further believes that political correctness is killing Aboriginal people as fast as drugs and alcohol. His writings can be found at www.anthonydillon.com.au
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