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Why are people Jewish? What really matters to them? Is Jewish identity about God and faith, Israel, celebrating festivals with family or commemorating traumas from the past? JPR – The Institute for Jewish Policy Research – has released the second of four mini-reports based on its groundbreaking report ‘The Jewish identities of European Jews’, published earlier this year, focusing on which aspects of Jewishness people find most compelling.
The new mini-report highlights different aspects of what European Jews defined as important to their Jewish identity:
The report is based on research conducted in twelve European Union Member States in 2018, which, together, are home to about 80% of the Jewish population of Europe. The study includes the opinions and experiences of over 16,000 respondents – the largest sample of Jews ever surveyed in Europe.