The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced that it will not be hosting the 2020 London Olympics.
Instead, the organisation will host a series of events around the world that have been identified by volunteers as being critical to the health of communities and the Olympic experience.
The Olympic Village, a series hosted in China by the organisation, will be hosting an open day for the community on June 5.
“The Olympic village is an essential part of the Olympics experience,” IOC spokesperson Maria van der Zyl said.
The community event will also host a community event on June 10.
This is the third time in 10 years that the organisation has taken this step, following the 2012 and 2016 Games.
The organisers say the community event is being hosted to ensure there is a “safe and positive environment” for the hundreds of thousands of volunteers that will be attending the games.
It will be hosted in a number of locations around the country, including in the town of Zug, a city of around 500,000 people in central Germany.
Organisers say it is an opportunity for those volunteering to meet and connect with others, as well as providing a “place to meet people, work together and share knowledge”.
The event will be held in Zug as part of a broader initiative to connect people with community-based projects, including youth work.
“The Olympics Village is a great opportunity for people to have a real social impact,” Ms van der Nyl said in a statement.
We want to extend our best wishes to the organisers of the London Olympic Games, and their teams.
More: The Olympics is the first time the organisation and local community have come together in such a way to support the Olympics, the organisers said.
“We have seen many, many people from the local community come together and give their time to help out, which is something that is a unique experience for us,” Ms Van der Zyle said.
The team, who have a number on the Olympic Village team, will include volunteers from the National Children’s Centre and the Community Foundation of Zugs.
They will be able to donate up to $100,000 to the community’s cause.
Participants will be asked to share the information they have gathered through the events.
Volunteers will also be able take part in a workshop on the Olympics Village, where they can work on a project of their choice.
Some of the projects include a bicycle repair shop, a home repair workshop, a community garden, a school project and a youth development project.
Mr van der Neys said the community events will also help the local communities.
“This is not just an event for the local population, but also for the people of the Olympic village,” he said.
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