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New alliance with Board of Deputies

The Board of Deputies of British Jews and JPR have announced a new alliance to ensure that essential research continues to be conducted on behalf of the Jewish community. …read more

JPR at JAFI Board of Governors

Jonathan Boyd gave a keynote lecture at the Jewish Agency Board of Governors' meetings in June in Tel Aviv, as part of the Agency's attempt to understand some of the dynamics in European Jewish life. …read more

Combating antisemitism

JPR participated in the 5th Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism in Jerusalem in May, contributing in particular to discussions about rising antisemitism in Europe. …read more

What happened in the election?

The results of the 2015 UK general election in the 30 constituencies that are home to the largest Jewish populations in the country, show several developments are worth noting from a Jewish perspective. …read more

Addressing antisemitism in Greece

JPR Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, spoke at a seminar launching a major new study of antisemitism in Greece hosted by the British Embassy in Athens on March 19. …read more

Presidents lunch at House of Lords

Lay and professional leaders from across the Jewish religious spectrum convened today at the annual JPR President’s Lunch at the House of Lords. …read more

JPR on BBC Radio 4

JPR Executive Director Dr Jonathan Boyd discusses recent survey findings about antisemitism in Britain on BBC Radio 4's statistics programme, "More or Less" with Tim Harford (pictured above). …read more

Researching antisemitism

There is little question that many Jews in the UK feel rattled by murders at Charlie Hebdo and the kosher supermarket in Paris. If anyone was in any doubt about the threat posed by Islamist extremism in Europe, the realities were laid bare by the attacks, and it is perhaps inevitable that Jews across Europe will feel less secure in their aftermath. …read more

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