Second Fundamental Rights Agency survey on Perceptions and Experiences of Antisemitism among Jews in selected EU Member States (FRA)

Principal Investigator: Erich Griessler
Project Team: Robert Braun, Milena Wuketich (Project Coordinator)
Duration: 2017-2018
Funding: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

Project information: The second survey of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) about discrimination and hate crime towards the Jewish population in Europe will be more extensive than the last survey in 2012: Jews living in 13 EU Member States will be invited to take part from mid-2018 with results expected later that year. The countries covered will be Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
The 2012 survey has had significant policy impact across Europe. Most notably, it strongly informed the conclusions of the EU’s Justice and Home Affairs Council on combating hate crime in the EU, and the decision to appoint the European’s Commission’s first antisemitism coordinator to help combat antisemitism across Europe.