Georgette Mulheir is a global strategic advisor who has been vocal in defending democracy in Haiti as well as other countries, saving children, and being a voice she is also a founding member of the group “Defend Haiti’s Democracy”.
Since the ongoing Covid 19 crisis everywhere, it seems that the dictatorship in Haiti, aided by state sponsored violence has gone pretty much unnoticed. This, until Georgette Mulheir – who is a global expert on children’s rights has been working to alert the community to this crisis by urging local leaders to take action for the greater good.
Georgette is a pro. In 2018 she played a role in reuniting children at the US-Mexico border with their families. She’s established teams that have transformed care centers around the world dedicated to children and poor families. In the last 30 years, she’s saved the lives of countless children in 33 countries. Now, it’s Haiti’s turn. The problem burdening Haiti are the gangs that have formed which are trafficking young women and children in poorer areas, as well as in the orphanages. According to Georgette Mulheir, this violence has grown stronger and the current president, whose term was supposed to end in early February, has not done a thing about this crisis. Haiti is a dictatorship and it’s becoming out of control. The debt is only part of the crisis, and while that debt is soaring, children are being exploited in large numbers.
Enter – Defend Haiti’s Democracy, – an organization that opposes atrocities in Haiti. What ‘Defend Haiti’s Democracy plans to do:
End the violence by putting pressure on the Haitian authorities to take action to do so. Bringing to justice the perpetrators of the kidnappings and abuses going on to the people and children of Haiti. Support, which will need to be in place to be able to strengthen that rule of law in the country, and create a peaceful transition to return the country to justice. The issue is that this new government must be established, and established carefully to prepare the way for the international democratic elections. In the end, Georgette Mulheir points out, restoring democracy. While this will take time, the idea is to build trust in the Haitian community again and prioritize concerns among its people to create a new and peaceful rule in the country. These things are the priority and will be handled, albeit carefully. With people like Georgette at the helm of resolving this crisis, justice can and will prevail.