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FRA carried out an online survey in nine EU Member States to capture Jewish people's experiences and perceptions of discrimination, hate crime and antisemitism. The survey was managed by a joint team from Ipsos MORI and the Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR) for FRA. It asked respondents to describe antisemitic incidents which they have been subjected to, including incidents of hate crime, discrimination, harassment or forms of antisemitism which affect the community as a whole, such as vandalism or antisemitic comments on the internet.
The survey was open to all respondents who considered themselves Jewish (based on e.g. religion, culture, upbringing, ethnicity, parentage), were 16 or older, and living in one of the nine survey countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Romania, Sweden or the United Kingdom) at the time of the survey.
The data and results of the survey will be published in November 2013. They allow European Union institutions and Member States to formulate informed policy and legal responses to combat antisemitism more effectively.
More information about the FRA antisemitism survey, its aims, content and the choice of countries, is available in the project factsheet (in English, French and German).