This year All Survivors’ Day will be recognized on Saturday, November 7, 2020. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, in-person events will not be promoted. SNAP will be organizing a digital engagement campaign instead with the intention to encourage all survivors and survivor organizations to participate. Your help is needed to make this year’s All Survivors’ Day […]
Setback, they say, cannot deter path forward.
Statement by Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA).
APRIL 7, 2020. Survivors around the world today are reacting with dismay and confusion over the Australian High Court’s reversal of the conviction of Cardinal George Pell for child sexual assault. Although the court said it […]
Survivors refute Scicluna’s statement that “silence and cover-ups” in the Church are now “a thing of the past”.
MARCH 2, 2020.
His Holiness, Pope Francis,
00120 Vatican City.
Dear Pope Francis,
Our organization led the largest international gathering of clergy sexual abuse victims and activists in Rome in February 2019 and 2020. Our conduct was peaceful and our message clear: Zero Tolerance.
TODAY. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22.
WHERE: Giardini di Castel Sant’Angelo.
As anniversary of papal summit on abuse ends, survivors gather in vigil to support Argentine deaf survivors of abuse who Pope Francis has refused to meet with while in Rome this week
Victims and their advocates will declare the next step forward that must be done by Pope Francis in the global clergy abuse crisis
Deaf survivors to Pope Francis: You knew, and you did not act.
Groups will travel to UN in Geneva to report human rights violations by Holy See.
Survivors then want public meeting with Francis in Rome to mark first anniversary of global abuse summit.
Link to activities and press events in Geneva and Rome February 16-22: https://www.ecaglobal.org/eca-actions-in-geneva-and-rome-2020/