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Ambassador Regev at JPR

Speaking at JPR’s annual Morris and Manja Leigh lecture in London in October, Israel Ambassador, H. E. Mark Regev, pondered whether he would live to see peace between Israel and the Palestinians during his lifetime. …read more

Meeting the OSCE

JPR met with a delegation from the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) during its fact-finding tour of the UK, to brief them about the current state of antisemitism in the country. …read more

JPR in the JC

JPR’s Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, has been given a monthly column in the Jewish Chronicle to provide an empirical view of community developments in the UK, Europe and across the Jewish world. …read more

Briefing American Jewish leaders

JPR’s Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, was in Paris this month, to present his latest analysis of antisemitism in Europe to senior executives of Jewish federations from the United States and Canada. …read more

Intermarriage report launched

JPR Senior Research Fellow, Dr David Graham, presented the results of our new study on intermarriage at a major event in London chaired by leading family lawyer, Sarah Anticoni. …read more

Charitable giving report launched

JPR launched its new report, Charitable giving among Britain's Jews: Looking to the future, at an event in London attended by a cross-section of British Jewish community leaders and fundraisers. …read more

What future for European Jewry?

JPR's Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, presented at a landmark conference on the future of European Jewry, held in Rome in February. …read more

German Parliamentary Commission

The members of a German parliamentary expert commission met with the JPR team this week for advice on how best to research contemporary antisemitism in Europe. …read more

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