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A June 2020 report by the UK's Office for National Statistics provided the first serious academic analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on religious minorities in England and Wales. In this short paper, the JPR research team considers the findings and their implications for the Jewish population.
This new report by JPR's European Jewish Demography Unit is the first in a series of country-specific studies, and presents in-depth analysis of fertility rates, age distribution data, patterns of Jewish identity, migration and intermarriage rates to predict Austrian Jewry's future.
Dieser Bericht ist der erste einer Reihe länderspezifischer Studien und enthält eine eingehende Analyse der Fruchtbarkeitsraten, der Altersverteilungsdaten, der Muster jüdischer Identität, der Migration und der gemischten Heiratsraten, um die Zukunft des österreichischen Judentums vorherzusagen.
A ground-breaking report published in conjunction with the Isaac and Jessie Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies at the University of Cape Town, containing a detailed demographic assessment of the South African Jewish population and the results of the 2019 Jewish Community Survey of South Africa.
In this short essay, JPR Senior Research Fellow and Director of our European Jewish Demography Unit, Dr Daniel Staetsky, explores why Jews may be rather less vulnerable to coronavirus than average.
JPR Executive Director, Dr Jonathan Boyd, explores the contention that Jews are dying in disproportionate numbers from COVID-19, and why it may or may not be accurate.
As the realities of the coronavirus epidemic began to dawn on people everywhere, JPR Executive Director Dr Jonathan Boyd discusses the damage it could have on the Jewish community.
This paper is the first output of the new European Jewish Demography Unit, set up by JPR to undertake demographic research about Jewish populations across Europe. It describes what Jewish demography is, its purpose and value and outlines the methods and approach it will take.
A summary of the findings of our study of young Jewish Europeans, a project commissioned by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), and published in partnership with FRA and the European Commission.
A study of the identities of young Jewish Europeans, with particular emphasis on how contemporary antisemitism is affecting them. Written by JPR for the European Commission and European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), it is based on FRA data gathered and analysed by JPR/Ipsos.