How can JPR support your organisation?

JPR’s primary interest is to produce research findings and insights that encourage and enable anyone involved in supporting Jewish life to think more empirically and strategically about how to achieve their goals. To achieve this, we offer two fundamental services:

Commission JPR's research

JPR is regularly commissioned to conduct research for charities, foundations and governmental bodies in the UK and across Europe. Our expertise in constructing and managing social research projects, and our bank of existing datasets about Jews which have been accessed and analysed over many years, position us well to help charities answer their policy questions, and to determine which issues require the gathering of new data.

The projects we take on range from small-scale studies for charities, synagogues and schools, to large- scale multi-national surveys for national and European governmental bodies. As a registered charity, we do not make a profit from this work, and in certain instances may even be able to subsidise it thanks to the generosity of our donors. Our aim is always to provide our clients with the most cost-efficient solutions possible without compromising on research quality.

Where possible, we seek to publish the findings of commissioned research projects so that the insights gained can be shared across the community, but some organisations prefer to keep the information for their internal purposes alone. Every project is different, and we work closely and sensitively with all our clients to determine exactly what they need.

If you would like to talk to us about how our work could help you or your organisation, please contact us.

Invite JPR's experts

JPR researchers are regularly invited by community organisations, foundations and governmental bodies to present and discuss our research findings and insights at events and meetings around the world. The research team includes some of the world’s leading experts in contemporary Jewish life, and we actively seek out opportunities to share our findings as part of our organisational mission.

The speaking engagements we offer range from planning meetings with small groups of senior community leaders to public addresses in the European Parliament, and commonly include community or academic conferences, educational training seminars and public events. We also run our own events where we share and discuss our recent work, most of which are open to anyone on our mailing list.

If you wish to invite one of our experts to share the most recent data on Jewish communal life or any of the topics we investigate, please contact us. We will do our best to accommodate any invitation.

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The Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR) is a registered charity (no. 252626)...