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Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning (2023) Special stamp MiNr. 2079-2080 - Enveloppe - C6
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Learning, education and further development is an ongoing process throughout life. National and international organisations and programmes are committed to lifelong learning and promote educational activities beyond conventional vocational training.

The interest in certain topics and the desire to remain physically and mentally fit and agile as one grows older are incentives that prompt adults to continue learning. Brain research proves them right. Experts believe that the fact that the ability to concentrate and the capacity to remember declines with age should not be a reason to stop learning. On the contrary, lifelong learning and dealing with complex and demanding content train serve to train brain activity and mental abilities and contribute to well-being in old age.

The special stamps "MRI 1" and "MRI 2" (face value: CHF 0.90 each) show abstract images of brains scanned using magnetic resonance imaging. The shimmering hologram foil symbolises changes in brain activity. Both special stamps will be printed together in a sheetlet of 8 stamps.

Issue
1 2023
Design
Michèle Steffen, Vaduz
Year
2023
Michel No.
2079-2080
Article type
First Day Cover
Convservation
Envelope C6
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