A survey of Jewish opinion about antisemitism in Europe is being conducted by the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights.

It is particularly eager to hear about the thoughts and experiences of people who live in the United Kingdom, consider themselves to be Jewish, and are aged 16 and over.

The survey is being advertised widely – we received our notification via a Jewish Chronicle mailing.

We would urge you to respond to ensure that a wide range of Jewish voices is heard.

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ANTISEMITISM: SURVEY OF EUROPEAN JEWS

Your opinion matters

As you may have read in the press, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) is currently conducting a survey about antisemitism across Europe. It is particularly eager to hear about the thoughts and experiences of people who live in the United Kingdom, consider themselves to be Jewish, and are aged 16 and over. If that applies to you, we would specifically like to invite you to complete the survey by visiting www.eurojews.eu.

You may receive requests to complete surveys on a regular basis, but we urge you to act on this one in particular. The FRA intends to use the data to enable the European Union to develop its policies on combating antisemitism in the future, and it will be encouraging national governments and Jewish communities to do likewise. This is a very important exercise, and it is vital that as many Jews as possible fill it in. We rarely have an opportunity to genuinely help tackle antisemitism – completing this survey is one small way you can play your part.

In addition to completing the survey yourself, please forward this email on to eligible Jewish friends, family members and colleagues to encourage them to participate too.

If you are involved in a Jewish organisation or group and can promote the survey among its members, we would also appreciate your help – simply forward this email on. Just note that in order to participate, respondents need to consider themselves to be Jewish, be at least 16 years old, and currently live in one of the 13 participating countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

Thanks in advance for your help.

You can read more about the project by clicking here.