Our proposal is inclusion and equality.
UNAKITA was formed to work with families that need guidance on the autistic spectrum, to encourage adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to manage independently through workshops, and to raise awareness and report on ASD to those who want to know more to integrate with people who have this diagnosis.
Atheist, Buddhism, Christianity
Catholic, Evangelical
Number of Members
Castelar, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Joined URI Network

UNAKITA was formed during a trip. Members of the group were traveling together and they experienced inequality and lack of humanity. They started talking about these issues and agreed that they wanted to do something to make a difference in the world. They began offering workshops and training for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in adulthood so they can fend for themselves, and they began giving informative talks about ASD. Also, members of UNAKITA shared concerns for women who suffer emotional violence or dependence, and they decided to offer talks and meditations for female empowerment, workshops on emotional dependence, and recovery of self-esteem aimed at women. The group is formed by atheists, Evangelists, Buddhists and Catholics. Beyond religious differences, they learned to relate respectfully and respect differences. Members share their ideology and add richness to the group.


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