A new research archive run by the Institute for Jewish Policy Research is being launched today, to provide Jewish leaders, academics and policy makers with access to the latest research on European Jewish life.
The European Jewish Research Archive (EJRA) is a free-to-access repository of social research on European Jewry conducted since 1990. Three years in the making, it aims to bring together all social research studies published on any European Jewish community, since the fall of the Berlin Wall. The archive contains research reports from across the whole of Europe and the Former Soviet Union, written in any language, and includes a freely available PDF to download wherever possible.
The Archives contain extensive coverage of topics of interest to Jewish researchers, leaders and policy-makers, such as antisemitism, identity, community, immigration, demography and education; specially curated collections on topics of particular interest; and the complete digitised archive of the Jewish Journal of Sociology.
The European Jewish Research Archive is generously supported by Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe.