Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA) is a worldwide organization of human rights’ activists and survivors from over 17 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.
Italian survivors demand open investigation by the United Nations on clergy sexual abuse. Three events are being organized by Rete L’ABUSO to demonstrate the serious scope of clergy sexual abuse in Italy. Ending Clergy Abuse – Global Justice Project (ECA [...]
Matthias Katsch (Photo by Simone Padovani) September 25, 2018. The official release today by the German bishops of their self-authorized study of the sexual abuse of children in the German church, already widely reported on last week from [...]
Figures published today on the extent of sexual abuse by priests in Germany. Statement by Matthias Katsch, speaker and chairman of ECKIGER TISCH and ECA Founding Member. September 12, 2018. It is good that we finally have figures available that [...]
Survivors of Clergy Sexual Abuse Welcome New York AG Investigation Into Abuse and Cover-Up. Urge Victims, Witnesses, and Whistleblowers to Contact Confidential Hotline Investigation into How Bishops Have Funded Decades-Long Cover-Up Long Overdue. New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood [...]
Global groups call on Pope to release church files on former cardinal McCarrick and others. Groups condemn false conflation of sexual orientation and sexual violence in former Vatican ambassador’s letter as “wrong and dangerous”. Washington D.C. -- AUG. 30. 2018. [...]
U.S. research group adds more offenders to database of abusive Irish priests. Irish response to list in last week has been ‘stunning’. Global survivors & abuse experts will join news conference: ‘Did Pope’s visit meet expectations?’ WHEN Monday, August 27, [...]