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Young Jewish Europeans report

JPR Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, recently visited Brussels to launch JPR’s latest report, Young Jewish Europeans: perceptions and experiences of antisemitism …read more

Lipstadt lecture: Antisemitism today

Professor Deborah Lipstadt delivered JPR's 2019 Morris and Manja Leigh Memorial Lecture, sharing her reflections on contemporary antisemitism to a packed audience at the Jewish Museum in London. …read more

DellaPergola joins JPR's Board

Professor Sergio DellaPergola, the world’s leading Jewish demographer, has joined JPR's Board as Senior Academic Adviser, to help guide the research programme and chair our European Jewish Demography Unit. …read more

New European demography unit

JPR has established a brand new specialist research unit, dedicated to generating demographic data about Jewish populations in Europe, to help support community development across the continent. …read more

House of Lords lunch

Our annual House of Lords lunch took place earlier this month, hosted by our President Lord Leigh of Hurley and in the presence of JPR donors, parliamentarians and Jewish community leaders. …read more

JPR presents at European Parliament

JPR Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, gave a major presentation at the European Parliament in Brussels today, sharing his insights from two recent studies of antisemitism in Europe. …read more

FRA antisemitism survey

The JPR team has completed its work on the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) survey, and FRA has published its report, based its own analysis of the data. …read more

Antisemitism research in Moscow

JPR’s research and analysis featured prominently at a major conference in Russia this week on antisemitism, racism and xenophobia, at an event aimed at politicians, community leaders, scholars and activists. …read more

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