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FRA antisemitism survey

The JPR team has completed its work on the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) survey, and FRA has published its report, based its own analysis of the data. …read more

Antisemitism research in Moscow

JPR’s research and analysis featured prominently at a major conference in Russia this week on antisemitism, racism and xenophobia, at an event aimed at politicians, community leaders, scholars and activists. …read more

Boyd on Pittsburgh

Following the murder of 11 worshippers at a Pittsburgh synagogue, Executive Director Dr Jonathan Boyd, shares his personal reflections - on the attack, on contemporary antisemitism and on the state of our world. …read more

Staetsky on antisemitism

JPR Senior Research Fellow, Dr Daniel Staetsky, explores contemporary antisemitism in Great Britain as part of the Woolf Institute's podcast series, drawing heavily on JPR’s recent-published study on the topic. …read more

Pew research on Jewish Americans

Jewish social scientists and political scientists gathered in Washington DC this week, as part of a consultation run by the Pew Research Centre on research about the American Jewish population. …read more

Groundbreaking Jewish identity study

JPR launched its latest report – European Jewish identity: mosaic or monolith – at the European Commission in Brussels in April, at an event hosted by the EC Commissioner on Combating Antisemitism. …read more

House of Lords lunch

Leaders from across the British Jewish community convened in March at the annual JPR President’s lunch at the House of Lords, hosted by Lord Leigh, to discuss JPR’s current work and future plans. …read more

An end to antisemitism?

A major European Jewish Congress international conference on antisemitism took place in Vienna in February, organised by New York University, Tel Aviv University and the University of Vienna. …read more