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Geographical change tells story

JPR's new report on the 2011 Census data shows how the UK Jewish population is becoming increasingly concentrated in a few key centres, while many formerly strong Jewish areas are “thinning out.” …read more

New study of German Jewish life

The renewal of Jewish life in Germany comes under scrutiny this week in a new JPR report in its series on the Jewish communities of countries which experienced communist rule. …read more

New European research archive

The Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe will be investing in a new JPR initiative to build an open access research archive about Jewish life in contemporary Europe. …read more

What future for Jews in Europe?

JPRs' recent research featured strongly at the annual conference of the Central Council for Jews in Germany (Zentralrat der Juden in Deutschland) in Berlin in November. …read more

Israeli Ambassador addresses JPR

Daniel Taub, Israel's Ambassador to the UK since September 2011, delivered JPR's 2013 Morris and Manja Leigh Memorial Lecture, looking at British attitudes to Jews and Israel through a literary lens. …read more

Are Jews safe in Europe today?

New data gathered and analysed by JPR for the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), demonstrate that Jews in Europe believe antisemitism to be on the rise across the continent. This landmark study offers the most detailed view of the situation we have ever had, from the perspective of the people who understand it best – the Jews who live there. …read more

New antisemitism survey launched

8 November saw the launch of the results of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) survey of Jewish perceptions and experiences of antisemitism in Europe, conducted by JPR and Ipsos MORI. …read more

Pew survey of Jewish Americans

The recently-published Pew survey of Jewish Americans is creating quite a stir in the United States, with academics and community leaders embroiled in passionate debate about how best to interpret the findings. …read more