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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

Consulting on European schools

JPR’s Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, was invited to participate in a consultation convened by the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation, to investigate how to evaluate the impact of the Lauder Schools network across Europe. …read more

JPR and South Korean fertility rates

The statistical expertise of JPR’s research team occasionally takes us to some unexpected places. And in one recent episode, it has brought us to somewhere we haven't ever been before: South Korea. …read more

Building resilient communities

JPR Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, spoke about the role of social research in community development at a major European conference on community resilience in Barcelona this week. …read more

Ambassador Regev at JPR

Speaking at JPR’s annual Morris and Manja Leigh lecture in London in October, Israel Ambassador, H. E. Mark Regev, pondered whether he would live to see peace between Israel and the Palestinians during his lifetime. …read more

Meeting the OSCE

JPR met with a delegation from the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) during its fact-finding tour of the UK, to brief them about the current state of antisemitism in the country. …read more