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Author: DellaPergola, Sergio   Publication year: 2020
Topic(s): Aliyah | Demography | Emigration | European Union | Immigration | Intermarriage | Israeli Expatriates | Main Topic: Demography and Migration

This detailed and thorough report takes the reader on an extraordinary journey through one thousand years of European Jewish history before arriving at the most comprehensive analysis of European Jewish demography today.

Publication year: 2020
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: Monitoring | Hate crime | Main Topic: Antisemitism

De Monitor van 2019 telt 182 antisemitische incidenten (exclusief online antisemitisme). Dit is het hoogste aantal incidenten sinds CIDI de Monitor Antisemitisme opstelt en toename van 35 procent ten opzichte van de 135 incidenten geregistreerd in 2018. Het aantal incidenten is zelfs hoger dan het p…

Publication year: 2019
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: Monitoring | Main Topic: Antisemitism

In 2019 Osservatorio antisemitismo registered 251 anti-Semitic incidents, a significant higher number compared to 2018 (197).

Author: Hann, Endre   Publication year: 2019
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: Discourse | Attitudes to Jews | Main Topic: Antisemitism | Surveys

Érdemben nem változott az antiszemita előítéleteket elfogadók aránya a magyar társadalomban, de a Holokauszt tagadók és relativizálók aránya évről-évre nő – derül ki a Tett és Védelem Alapítvány (TEV) megbízásából, a Medián Közvéleménykutató közreműködésével készített „Antiszemita előítéletesség a m…

Publication year: 2020
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: Monitoring | Main Topic: Antisemitism

Az antiszemitizmus elleni küzdelem egyik leg Azfontosabb feltétele a zsidóellenesség okainak pontos ismerete és az antiszemitizmus valódi elterjedtségének vizsgálata. A Tett és Védelem Alapítvány (TEV) fô célja ezért a kérdést övezô ismerethiány felszámolása. A TEV egyfelôl havi rendszerességgel, sz…

Publication year: 2020
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: Monitoring | Hate crime | Main Topic: Antisemitism | Statistics

This summary of figures for antisemitism in France in 2019, shows that antisemitic actions have dropped 17% since the previous year. However, antisemitic threats have increased 50% and the total of all antisemitic acs has increased by 27%

Author: Baier, Dirk   Publication year: 2020
Topic(s): Antisemitism | Antisemitism: Monitoring | Hate crime | Jewish perceptions of antisemitism | Main Topic: Antisemitism | Surveys

Im vergangenen Jahr kam es weltweit zu mehreren antisemitisch motivierten Gewalttaten mit Todesfolge. Ebenso stellte eine Studie der European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) fest, dass generell Übergriffe auf Menschen jüdischen Glaubens in Europa zunehmen. Vor diesem Hintergrund untersucht…

Author: Staetsky, Daniel   Publication year: 2020
Topic(s): Coronavirus/Covid | Demography | Haredi / Strictly Orthodox Jews | Health | Main Topic: Other

Since the earliest days of the coronavirus outbreak in the UK, concerns have been expressed that Jews have been disproportionately affected, with mortality levels among them abnormally high.This short paper draws on existing evidence to investigate why this might be the case. In particular, it explo…

Author: Dart, Jon   Publication year: 2020
Topic(s): Football | Interviews | Jewish Identity | Jewish Organisations | Main Topic: Identity and Community | Shabbat | Sports

This article examines the relationship between sport and Jewish identity. Drawing on data generated from interviews (n = 20) and focus groups (n = 2) with individuals based in one British city, this article explores how their Jewish identity was informed, and shaped by, different sports activities a…

Author: Salner, Peter   Publication year: 2020
Topic(s): Coronavirus/Covid | Festivals and Holidays | Health | Jewish Community | Jewish Organisations | Main Topic: Other | Religious Observance and Practice

When the news of the pandemic initially broke, a large part of Slovak society viewed COVID-19 as a remote, and therefore, not entirely dangerous, threat. This attitude shifted on March 6, ,when the first case of the disease was confirmed in the country. On March 9, the authorities reacted by introdu…