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New light on European research

On Monday 1 March we held a webinar to discuss the findings of JPR’s recent report Social research on European Jewish populations: The state of the field …read more

The future of European Jewish life

B’nai B’rith International Director of EU Affairs, Alina Bricman, hosted an online discussion with JPR's Dr Jonathan Boyd and Dr Daniel Staetsky about the findings of our recent report on European Jewish populations. …read more

In memory of Peter L Levy OBE

It is with enormous sadness that the Board and the staff of the Institute for Jewish Policy Research learnt of the death of Peter L Levy OBE, one of our most loyal and longstanding Patrons. …read more

Remembering Lord Sacks

JPR trustees held a minutes’ silence at the JPR Board meeting on 9 November, in memory of former Chief Rabbi, Lord Sacks, who passed away on 7 November. …read more

Lord Mann combating antisemitism

JPR hosted Lord Mann of Holbeck Moor at the eighteenth JPR Morris and Manja Leigh Memorial Lecture in October, where he spoke about work being done to combat antisemitism in the UK and across the world. …read more

Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg

It was with much sadness that we heard of the recent death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1993 until the end of her life. …read more

JPR supporting Austrian community

Austrian Jewish magazine NU has published an article detailing the key findings of JPR’s report Jews in Austria: a demographic and social portrait. …read more

Professor Haskel joins JPR’s Board

Professor Jonathan Haskel CBE, one of the country’s leading economists, has joined the JPR Board as a Senior Academic Adviser to support and advise on JPR’s research programme. …read more

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