Kilikili in Kannada means the warbling laughter of a child is formed by parents of children with special needs, driven by volunteers and supported by professionals that aim to create inclusive play spaces that will be accessible to all children, regardless of their ability.
Kilikili aims to create play spaces that will be accessible to all children, regardless of their ability and in so doing, lay the foundations of a more inclusive society that does not discriminate or exclude on the basis of ability.
Its mission is to create an inclusive society where all children, all people are respected for their unique abilities, where diversity is viewed as a societal strength, to promote and fulfill the rights of all children with disabilities to inclusive play and recreation and to partner and collaborate with children; with parents, teachers, special educators, medical professionals and other caregivers of children; and with local Municipalities and other relevant government departments, corporate organizations, civil society groups, resident welfare associations, youth and women's groups and the likes in ensuring that children of all abilities have access to play and recreation.
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