Evelyn Korkmaz, co-founding member of Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA), and survivor of St. Anne’s Residential School, will meet with the Pope on Friday, July 29, 2002. Her message is simple, I’ve waited 50 years for this apology and he must also- SHOW US THE RECORDS– Shared from Evelyn’s Facebook page: Nishnawbe Aski Nation ‘This is our country. We welcomed you to our country and we were shown disrespect. Throughout his time here, I am hoping His Holiness extends his apology with a plan on how he will work […]
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Despite the repeated denial of the Orthodox Churches of Russia, Greece and Serbia of the existence of organized pedophilia, the facts tell another story. The Serbian Orthodox Church is a tightly controlled, closed organization with strong ties to Serbian political [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 08-17-2022. Ending Clergy Abuse Calls for India’s Cardinal Oswald Gracias and Bishop Kannikadass William Antony to be removed from office. Ending Clergy Abuse, an international association of survivor/advocates, Ecaglobal.org , along with Joseph Kennedy, an ECA representative [...]
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 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 [...]
MAY 2022. UGANDA. Tim Law, Founder and Board Member of ECA traveled to Mpigi Town, Uganda and had the opportunity to spend two days with Janet Aguti and her team called the Totya Platform. The Totya Platform (TP), a non-profit [...]
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 [...]