Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA) is a worldwide organization of human rights’ activists and survivors from over 21 countries and 5 continents who focus on children’s and victims’ rights to compel the Church to end clerical abuse, especially child sexual abuse, in order to protect children and to seek effective justice for victims.
ECA demands the end of the Church’s structural mechanism that allows abuse.
ECA Indigenous Survivor meets with Pope Francis and draws attention to a current clergy abuse case and cover up in the Congo
JULY 29, 2022: Edmonton, Canada. After 50 years of waiting for an apology for the horrific treatment of indigenous children in residential schools in Canada, Evelyn Korkmaz, co-founding member of Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA), and survivor of St. Anne’s Residential [...]
JULY 2022. ECA's Summer Newsletter kicks off with a SNAP Conference in Denver in July. Read about other news and developments on child protection and advocacy from around the world. More here
July 3, 2022. NEW ZEALAND. Dr Murray Heasley ECA Member and spokesperson for the Network for Survivors of Abuse in Faith-based Institutions, says the Network is at the root of articles exposing Marist abuse in New Zealand. Over the next [...]
Evelyn Korkmaz APRIL 4, 2022: ALONE WITH MY THOUGHTS: I am going to express my thoughts and feelings about the Papal apology. I totally respect that some survivors needed to hear an apology, and that's fine. I am glad you [...]
ECA GLOBAL NEWS: DIRECT LINK. SPRING 2022. POPE APOLOGIZES TO THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF CANADA APRIL 1, 2022. Pope Francis has made a historic apology to Indigenous peoples for the “deplorable” abuses they suffered in Canada’s Catholic-run residential schools. About [...]
SIGN THE PETITION FEBRUARY 28, 2022. Two structures have been established for recognition and reparation of sexual violence committed by members of religious institutions. They are here to help you, to listen to you, to find together, the best personalized [...]