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Our research team is generating new insights about contemporary Jewish populations and issues all the time, and as part of our charitable mission, we are keen to share our findings with the individuals and organisations that are best placed to use them for their own policy development purposes. With this in mind, we regularly present our work at community events and academic conferences in the UK, across Europe, in Israel and the United States and around the world. …read more
One of the key ways to understand any Jewish population is by investigating its most fundamental social statistics – numbers of births and deaths, immigration and emigration, community affiliation and Jewish school enrolment. In the UK, there has been a long tradition of gathering these types of data, led by the Board of Deputies of British Jews. Today, this work is undertaken by JPR on behalf of the Board of Deputies. …read more
Our European Jewish Research Archive (EJRA) is a publicly available online repository of research publications about contemporary European communities published since 1990. Sponsored by the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe, the archive went live in 2015, and works in collaboration with the Berman Jewish Policy Archive (BJPA) in New York so that each one is accessible from the other’s website. …read more
Established in January 2019, JPR’s Demography Unit is dedicated to generating data about Jewish populations in Europe to help support community development across the continent. Currently supported by the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe, it is led by JPR Senior Research Fellow, Dr Daniel Staetsky, and chaired by the world’s leading expert in Jewish demography, Professor Sergio DellaPergola. …read more