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New antisemitism report launched

JPR launched its new and comprehensive report on antisemitism in Great Britain at a packed event in central London this week, run in partnership with the Community Security Trust. …read more

Training community leaders

JPR's Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, provided an empirical look at trends and issues in the British Jewish community at a new leadership training programme organised by Lead. …read more

JPR at Queen’s University Belfast

JPR Research Fellow, Dr Donatella Casale Mashiah, was in Belfast last week to present her current research on Jewish charities in England and Wales to a conference organised by the Centre for Not-For-Profit and Public Sector Research at Queen’s University Belfast. …read more

Nahum Goldmann Fellowship

JPR Executive Director, Jonathan Boyd, delivered a two-part seminar on Jewish peoplehood this week, as part of the Nahum Goldmann Fellowship programme, one of the world’s top international Jewish leadership training initiatives. …read more

Working with the OSCE

JPR research has played a key role in the development of a new Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) publication on antisemitic and hate crimes and security. …read more

The Jewish Diaspora at Vanderbilt

JPR’s Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, joined the international faculty convened for Vanderbilt University’s course in ‘The Jewish Diaspora,’ to lecture on the contemporary British Jewish community. …read more

"Europe Transformed"

Key elements of JPR’s extensive work on European Jewish demography and sociology were presented at a major pan-European conference convened by JCC Global in partnership with the Zentralwohlfahrtsstelle der Juden in Deutschland (ZWST) in Frankfurt this month. …read more

JPR at the House of Lords

Lay and professional leaders from across the British Jewish community convened in March at the annual JPR President’s lunch at the House of Lords. The event, hosted by JPR’s President Lord Leigh of Hurley, provided an opportunity to talk about JPR’s current work and future plans. …read more