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There are multiple ways of assessing and measuring levels of antisemitism in society, but one of the most complicated is making quantitative assessments of Jewish perspectives, due to the technical challenges involved in building a representative sample of Jews. We work to address this in our multi-national Jewish Views of Antisemitism programme, which we work on with our partners, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) and the global polling agency, Ipsos MORI.
This programme looks at both Jewish perceptions and experiences of antisemitism: for example, how they define it, the extent to which they believe it exists within society and their levels of anxiety about it, as well as whether/the extent to which they have encountered antisemitism in its variant forms – harassment, violence, vandalism and discrimination. To date, we have undertaken work in this area in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
The results of our most recent study, conducted for the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, can be downloaded here