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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

Could it happen in the UK?

The attacks on Charlie Hebdo and the kosher supermarket in Paris have shocked people everywhere. Viewed from a Jewish perspective, they are particularly disturbing - it is abundantly clear that the French Jews in the supermarket were targeted simply because of their Jewishness. …read more

Jewish future in Europe

JPR's research work featured at a major international conference in January at the Hochschule fur Judische Studien in Heidelberg, Germany, where researchers and academics convened to explore the topic of "Diversity and Identity: Jewish Communities and the Future of Europe." …read more

Major Jewish educational challenges

UJIA's annual Jewish education conference featured JPR's research, with Census and National Jewish Community Survey data being used to explore key issues facing Jewish educational institutions going forward. …read more

JPR supporting school planning

JPR's data formed the basis of a major programme for governors of Jewish schools in a landmark conference in London in May, designed to support planning across the Jewish school sector. …read more

Seder Night becomes Data Night

JPR’s Passover seder discussion guide “Data Night” received high praise from across the UK Jewish community and was used around seder tables across the Jewish world. …read more

Major new UK survey launched

JPR's new National Jewish Community Survey demonstrates that younger Jews are more religious than older Jews, the traditional middle-ground is shrinking, and people are moving away from religiosity. …read more

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