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CIDI registreerde in 2016 109 antisemitische incidenten in Nederland, tegenover 126 in 2015. In meer Europese landen, bijvoorbeeld in Frankrijk, is een daling geconstateerd. Deze cijfers zijn echter hoger dan vóór 2014, met 171 incidenten een piekjaar in verband met de oorlog in Gaza.

Publication year: 2017
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism monitoring | Hate crime | Main Topic: Antisemitism recense, depuis l’année 2001, les actes antisémites commis sur l’ensemble du territoire belge et, chaque année, publie un rapport sur l’antisémitisme en Belgique.Dans ce document, vous découvrirez la liste de tous les incidents recensés, notre méthodologie de travail, ainsi qu’une a…

Author: Forum gegen Antisemitismus   Publication year: 2018
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism monitoring | Main Topic: Antisemitism

Im aktuellen Antisemitismusbericht dokumentiert das Forum gegen Antisemitismus (FgA) für das Jahr 2017 insgesamt 503 antisemitische Vorfälle – der höchste Wert seit Beginn der Aufzeichnungen!

Author: Community Security Trust   Publication year: 2018
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: Discourse | Antisemitism: Monitoring | Hate crime | Main Topic: Antisemitism

CST recorded 1,382 antisemitic incidents in 2017, the highest annual total CST has ever recorded. The total of 1,382 incidents is an increase of three per cent from the 2016 total of 1,346 antisemitic incidents, which was itself a record annual total.

Author: Konstantinov, Viacheslav   Publication year: 2017
Topic(s): Aliyah | Demography | Immigration | Main Topic: Demography and Migration

This book is the second (updated) edition of a previous book "20 Years of  Great Aliya: A Statistical Analysis of Changes", published in 2013

Author: Casale Mashiah, Donatella   Publication year: 2017
Topic(s): Conservative / Masorti Judaism | Denominations | Denominations: Statistics | Haredi / Strictly Orthodox Jews | Main Topic: Identity and Community | Orthodox Judaism | Reform/Liberal/Progressive Judaism | Synagogue Membership | Synagogues

This study takes an in-depth statistical look at synagogue membership figures in the UK. It finds that despite the fact that there are now 454 synagogues in the UK, synagogue membership numbers have dropped below 80,000 households for the first time since records began.

Author: Staetsky, L. Daniel   Publication year: 2017
Topic(s): Aliyah | Antisemitism | Demography | Emigration | Main Topic: Demography and Migration

An in-depth analysis of Jewish  migration to Israel from selected European countries. In particular, it asks whether or not recent  developments in migration to Israel are in any way unusual. In short, are Jews leaving  Europe? And, if so, what prompts them to do so? Does  antise…

Author: Likhachev, Vyacheslav   Publication year: 2016
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: Discourse | Antisemitism: Monitoring | Hate crime | Main Topic: Antisemitism

Antisemitic attacks: According to data collected by the monitoring program, one case of presumably antisemitic violent crime was recorded in 2016. Since the beginning of systematic monitoring, the number of recorded victims of violent antisemitic attacks is as follows: 8 victims in 2004, 13 in 2…

Author: Sapiro, Philip   Publication year: 2016
Topic(s): Census | Demography | Geography | Haredi / Strictly Orthodox Jews | Jewish Neighbourhoods | Main Topic: Demography and Migration | Orthodox Judaism

Previous studies have generally assumed homogeneity amongst ‘mainstream’ Jews and have not considered spatial variation, separating out only strictly orthodox enclaves. This paper demonstrates that there are indeed distinct socio-economic and demographic differences between Jewish groups in differen…

Author: Kranz, Dani   Publication year: 2016
Topic(s): Diaspora | Immigration | Israel-Diaspora Relations | Israeli Expatriates | Main Topic: Identity and Community | Russian Emigration | Russian-Speaking Jews

It goes against the intuition of some, triggers strong responses from others, and still raises the eyebrows of many: not only did Jewish Displaced Persons (DPs) and German Jews withstand attempts to entice them to make aliyah from Germany post-Shoah and become “local Jews,” but also Russian Jews imm…