CHORUS assists and supports others in critical thinking processes and the proper interpretation of (dis)information.
Our ultimate goal is to support the development of a climate in which individuals can freely practice independent thinking, and in which they are always able to make well thought-through, assessed decisions.
The right to self-determination
CHORUS is focused on making the community more resilient to influencing and manipulation. Our network currently consists of more than 25 volunteers, whom all help provide guidance to our younger generations in practicing their right to being self-determined individuals.
The mission statement of CHORUS is rooted in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and the UN-Treaty of civil and political human rights, New York (1966), and embodies, in particular, the right to self-determination. The right to self-determination belongs to the individual as well as to society as a whole. From the point of view of international law the right to self-determination means that, worldwide, societies can determine under which sovereignty they want to live. With regards to individual human rights, the right to self-determination means that one can choose how one wants to live one’s life.