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Kilikili announces its next Event !
August 28, 2010

120 children from different special schools in South Bangalore will be playing together at the Inclusive Play Space in M N Krishna Rao park.
On : 28th Aug, 2010
At : M N Krishna Rao Park, Basavangudi, Bangalore
From : 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m
We need many, many, many volunteers - so if you want to gain joy and meaning out of a Saturday morning and have a lot of fun playing with special children, do register with Manju at 99002 46706 or Please do pass this message to all your friends too.

Kilikili organises Consultation with children!
January 8, 2010

60 children with and without disabilities, with some from socio-economically marginalised communities, met on 8th Jan 2010 to discuss the issues they face in current parks and what they would like parks to be like. Universal accessibility (ramps, no steps, Braille signages, no obstacles, accessible play equipment), no fees for entry into parks, no keeping children out due to their being badly dressed were some of the issues that came up. What was also striking was the need expressed by older children for adequate space near their homes that is safe and where they can play - they don't want equipment as much as a safe space! These inputs will be circulated to a broader group and then presented to the BBMP. Watch this space or a detailed report!


Kilikili's first Conference paper presentation
December 10, 2008

Kilikili presented a paper at the International Rehabilitation Conference organised by the Holy Cross College, Dept of Rehabilitation Science, Trichy from 10-12 Dec 2008. The paper, accompanied by a one minute film was well received. The concept of inclusive play and a community group spearheading the movement was seen as being innovative and expressions of interest in replicating the project have come from other cities.

Kilikili wins second prize at Costume Competition!
June 2008

Kilikili volunteers dressed in different elements of an inclusive play space won the second prize of Rs. 50000 at the Costume Competition at the Sunfeast Marathon. This money will be used to help maintain Coles Park, ensure more children use the inclusive play space and expand the movement to other parks in the city.

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