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JPR at the BSA

Dr Jonathan Boyd was a speaker at the British Sociological Association conference in central London in June, focusing on how Census data can be utilised to understand the changing face of Jewish life in Britain. …read more

Denominationalism in UK Jewry

JPR's 'Community Futures' initiative, which brings together some of the country's top Jewish educational thinkers, engaged in a thought-provoking debate about denominationalism with Masorti CEO, Matt Plan. …read more

Parliamentarians consider JPR data

UK parliamentarians participated in a thoughtful and animated debate about the changing nature of the UK Jewish population, following a JPR presentation at Portcullis House. …read more

Leeds Jewish leaders ponder future

As part of our ongoing efforts to ensure that JPR's work is utilised throughout the British Jewish community, Jonathan Boyd presented our recent work to leaders of the Jewish community in Leeds. …read more

Educating about Israel in Britain

In partnership with Israel education specialists Makom, JPR is involved in a new project to map Israel education for young British Jews, in order to inform communal educational policy in this increasingly complex area. …read more

Educators consider new data

UJIA's annual conference on research in Jewish education included a new JPR presentation looking at how new Office for National Statistics data help to inform educational policy in the UK Jewish community. …read more

Stability and change in UK Jewry

Writing in The Jewish News about the first release of the religion data from the 2011 UK Census, JPR's Executive Director Dr Jonathan Boyd made the following remarks: …read more

What does 263,346 Jews mean?

Data released in December 2012 show that while the Jewish population of the UK has remained stable over the past ten years, significant changes are taking place at local and regional levels. …read more