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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.
The study, the largest of its kind ever to take place in Europe, looks at Jewish people’s perceptions and experiences of antisemitism in 13 EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
The JPR professional team, working in partnership with Ipsos MORI and with the support of its research associates from several of the countries involved in the study, conducted the survey with and for the FRA after winning the right to do so in a competitive tender process in 2017. Our work on the study included helping to develop and enhance the questionnaire, sampling, Jewish community liaison and engagement, data gathering, assessment and analysis. However, the report being released in December will be a FRA publication, based on data analysis conducted by the FRA's own social scientists. The FRA is the organisation associated with the European Union that is responsible for gathering data on hate crime, discrimination and racism across Europe to support policy development at both the European and national levels.
The study includes in-depth analysis of a range of issues, including how antisemitism manifests itself, people’s experiences of antisemitic harassment, vandalism and violence, reporting levels and rights awareness. Data from the previous study, also published by FRA and conducted by JPR working in partnership with Ipsos MORI, have been essential in driving policy to combat antisemitism across Europe, and within individual Member States.
You can download the FRA report here
To read JPR analysis of the findings, click here