Because of the coronavirus pandemic, D.O.C.I.S. International now focuses on contributing to the fight against the virus in all possible fields, instead of its previous projects.
D.O.C.I.S. International aspires to be a softly guiding entity in leadership, not enforcing specific actions in controversies. (It is why there is currently no advice given for the crises the experts are managing.) Raising awareness for "het donorregister" could, however, be seen as an act of "interference". It is intended as a bipartisan initiative, but raising awareness for the due date could be seen as D.O.C.I.S. International taking a very outspoken political stance, given that this is done instead of keeping silent and just letting the due date pass. I vividly remember dr. Baudet pleading against making people donors by default, basically calling it a violation of individual sovereignty. The majority of the house of representatives, however, voted in favor. Without taking too [...]