Antisemitism in Europe
Perceptions and Experiences of Antisemitism Among Jews in Europe is a major survey commissioned by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). In addition to gathering first-hand examples of antisemitic violence and harassment, it investigates the extent to which Jews feel safe and secure in Europe today, how they characterize antisemitism and whether or not they perceive it to be a growing threat. It also explores how and whether incidents are being reported, and levels of awareness among European Jews about their legal rights. It is being conducted in nine EU Member States: Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Romania, Sweden and the UK.
The research is being managed collaboratively between the FRA, JPR and Ipsos MORI, and JPR’s survey team includes several of the world’s leading social scientists in contemporary European Jewry. The survey results will be published by the FRA in 2013.
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