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Taking the Organising Committee back to the lecture theatre, the students were invited for three sessions: knowledge gathering from sport and digital experts, brainstorming and then their final presentations. Eighteen groups presented their ideas from catchy hashtag campaigns and augmented reality treasure hunts to the integration of the latest communication technology to put the Youth Olympics firmly on the digital map!
The Lausanne 2020 team is ensuring that young people are at the heart of the organisation at every stage to ensure the they are creating Games not only for young people, but also by young people. The Ecole d’Art et Communication (ERACOM) is supporting the YOG with design elements such as pictograms and the “Look of the Games”; the Ecole Hotelière de Lausanne (EHL) will collaborate on accommodation, food and beverage, athlete health and well-being and volunteer concepts; and the UNIL will also offer expertise on staff engagement, sustainability and venue development.
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