Inspired by communication – CEEDS is now an official partner of the London 2012 family
Approved by the committee of London 2012 Inspire Programme, CEEDS is honoured to become part of the London 2012 family!
The London 2012 Inspire Programme marks the first time in history that non-commercial organisations and projects outside of actual Games can be officially recognised as part of the family.
From Beijing to London” - London 2012 Young Reporter Visiting Programme
Inspired by our mission in cross-cultural communications, CEEDS’s Inspire Programme project ‘From Beijing to London - 2012 Young Reporter Project’ is aimed at providing young people from China, who have experienced the 2008 Olympics at their home country and are passionate about the coming Olympics in London, an opportunity to gain a closer look at the London Olympics and report its preparation work, while exchanging ideas with the young people in UK.
Several young reporter visiting groups will be organised by CEEDS together with our collaborating partners in China during 2012. We welcome more schools and educational charities join us to promote this programme in China and get more Chinese young people involved in London 2012.
January 31st – February 11th, 2012 Young Reporter Winter Visiting Programme
Congratulation letter from the Official Young Reporter Certificate
London 2012 Organising Committee
Young Reporter's Visiting Diary
35 young students from Beijing aged 13-17 were welcomed to the UK by the Cambridge Eastern Education and Development Society for their Inspire project titled ‘The Young Reporters Visiting Programme’... (click for more information)
Invited by the London 2012 Organising Committee, representatives from CEEDS and Cambridge University visited the London Olympic Park in Stratford, East London on March 9th, before it is officially revealed to the public this summer. Click for more information>>
Watching the thanks video from Lord Sebastian Coe