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Author: Service de Protection de la Communauté Juive   Publication year: 2017
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism monitoring | Hate crime | Main Topic: Antisemitism | Statistics | Terrorism

The number of Antisemitic acts that led to filing a complaint declined from 808 in 2015 to 335 in 2016, a 58-percent decrease.  Rolling out a plan of protection across France via Operation Sentinelle most probably contributed to this significant and rapid decrease.

Publication year: 2017
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism monitoring | Main Topic: Antisemitism

This report describes and analyzes the number of registered anti-Semitic events in Denmark in 2016. The report is based on reports to AKVAH, which forms part of the Jewish Society's security organization. AKVAH has registered 22 antisemitic events in Denmark in 2016. 

Author: Casale Mashiah, Donatella   Publication year: 2018
Topic(s): Birth | Death and Mourning | Demography | Main Topic: Demography and Migration

This study investigates the numbers of births and deaths in thr Jewish population of the UK in recent years. Following several decades of demographic decline, births have exceeded deaths in every year since 2006, which implies Jewish demographic growth in the UK.

Author: Antoniou, Giorgos   Publication year: 2017
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: Monitoring | Main Topic: Antisemitism

This report presents the results of two opinion surveys conducted in Greece, in June 2014 and January 2015, on the issue of antisemitism in the country. The results confirm previous studies and assumptions that antisemitism in Greece is very high (around 70%), the highest percentage in Europe.

Author: Feldman, David   Publication year: 2018
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: Muslim | Islam | Islamic Fundamentalism | Jewish - Muslim Relations | Main Topic: Antisemitism

This project investigates whether immigration from the Middle East and North Africa since 2011 has had an impact on antisemism in Western Europe. This report summarises national reports on Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and UK.

Publication year: 2017
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: New Antisemitism | Main Topic: Antisemitism

This research examines the different forms of anti-Semitism in the Visegrád countries (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia), with a particular focus on new anti-Semitism.

Author: Roggeveen, Suzanna   Publication year: 2017
Topic(s): Antisemitism: Muslim | Interfaith Dialogue | Islamophobia | Jewish - Muslim Relations | Main Topic: Other

The data collected for this research show how Jews and Muslims in cooperation projects use to strategies to solve some of the problems confronting them. The three most widely used strategies that were found are ‘searching for similarities’, ‘decategorizing’ and ‘avoidance’.

Author: Mestrum, Naomi   Publication year: 2018
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism monitoring | Hate crime | Main Topic: Antisemitism

The number of incidents involving anti-Semitic vandalism recorded last year in The Netherlands increased by 40 percent, to a 10-year high of 28 cases. The increase in vandalism was part of a small overall rise in anti-Semitic incidents in 2017 over 2016. CIDI recorded 113 incidents in 2017 compared…

Author: Harris, Margaret   Publication year: 2018
Topic(s): Evaluation | gender | Jewish Organisations | Jewish Women | Main Topic: Other | Umbrella Bodies | Voluntary Sector

This paper describes and discusses a gender equality project conducted with Jewish third sector organisations (TSOs). An adapted version of ‘Project Juno’ was used to support six small or medium-sized TSOs in working towards gender equality.

Author: Kijek, Kamil   Publication year: 2017
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Jewish - Non - Jewish Relations | Jewish History | Jewish Museums | Main Topic: Culture and Heritage | Memory

This article includes and English translation and presents the main threads of the ongoing debate around the permanent exhibition of the Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw.