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Professor Erik H. Cohen z"l

We are shocked and deeply saddened to announce the passing on 14 October of Prof. Erik H. Cohen, an Associate Fellow of JPR, and a key part of JPR's academic team in the work we have done with the European Union. …read more

Lecture by UK Ambassador to Israel

Matthew Gould, the British Ambassador to the State of Israel, will be delivering JPR's annual Morris and Manja Leigh Memorial Lecture, on the topic of UK-Israel relations, on 19 November 2014. …read more

Better b'yachad

The referendum in Scotland has generated a huge amount of discussion and debate, and raised numerous questions for people throughout the United Kingdom. But is there a Jewish data angle? …read more

The future of Jews in Europe

There is much debate about the future of European Jewry, with some people arguing that it faces imminent collapse due to antisemitism and/or demographic decline, and others claiming that a renaissance is already apparent. …read more

Making sense of the Census

The 2001 Census marked a major turning point in the way we understand the UK Jewish population because it included, for the first time, a question about religion. …read more

Contemporary antisemitism

In 2012, JPR carried out a major survey which was commissioned by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), entitled Perceptions and experiences of antisemitism among Jews in Europe. …read more

Jewish life in the UK

JPR's ongoing programme examining Jewish life in the UK is strongly focused on the 2013 National Jewish Community Survey (NJCS), the first national study of its kind since 1995. …read more

New antisemitism report launched

JPR’s new report on the perceptions and experiences of antisemitism among Jews in the UK was launched at a major event in London on July 17 co-hosted by the Community Security Trust. …read more