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JPR’s UK research panel is one of the most innovative initiatives happening in social research about religious or ethnic minorities anywhere in the world. It enables us to monitor Jewish opinion on a wide range of topics, thereby contributing essential evidence to help address key issues facing Jews across the country. Find out how you can participate by clicking on the "Read more" button below. …link
JPR’s COVID-19 survey is designed to investigate how the pandemic is affecting Jews in the UK. It looks at its impact on people’s health, work, relationships and Jewish lives. Anyone who is Jewish, aged 16 or over and currently lives in the UK is eligible to participate. To take part, click on the ‘Read more’ button below. …link
The number of Jews living in South Africa is falling due to migration and natural decrease, but the community remains remarkably vibrant and resilient. Our study, conducted in partnership with the Kaplan Centre at the University of Cape Town, provides the most up-to-date picture of the community’s demographic profile, beliefs and attitudes, and is designed to support community planning. …read more
The centre of Jewish life was firmly based in Europe just 150 years ago; today, that is no longer the case. The Holocaust, the effects of living under Communism, and two key waves of mass migration to America and Israel have transformed the Jewish world. Our European Jewish Demography Unit exists to investigate where European Jewish life will go from here. …read more
Yes and no – it depends where you look. Whilst the overall picture is one of gradual decline, the reasons for that are not necessarily intuitive, and the more detailed view shows critical distinctions by denomination. Published by JPR in partnership with the Board of Deputies of British Jews. …read more
This innovative report is the most extensive study of antisemitism ever conducted in contemporary Great Britain, and includes analysis of the population as a whole as well as of key subgroups – the far left, far right, Christians, Muslims and those with no religion. Published by JPR in partnership with the Community Security Trust. …read more
Expressed simply, demographic growth or decline in a population is driven by the balance between births and deaths. This report, published in partnership with the Board of Deputies of British Jews, looks at that balance over time in the UK Jewish population and finds clear evidence of a recent extraordinary shift – from decline to growth. …read more
The overwhelming majority of Jews in Europe feel that antisemitism is a problem in their society and is becoming worse over time. This study, produced by JPR and Ipsos for the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), provides an extraordinary picture of Jewish people's perceptions and experiences. …read more