The third round of the FRA survey on discrimination and hate crime against Jews is available until March 26.
The European Union Agency For Fundamental Rights (FRA) is conducting the third round of its survey on discrimination and hate crime against Jews. It was launched on January 25, 2023, and will be available until March 26. The preliminary results are to be expected by the end of 2023.
The survey will be conducted online in 13 EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, The Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Spain, France, Hungary, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland, Romania, and Sweden. This survey provides all relevant stakeholders in the field of antisemitism – as well as in promoting the Jewish way of life – with the most comprehensive source of reliable evidence on their experiences of antisemitism among Jews in the EU, including online.
All people aged 16 years or older who self-identify as Jewish and who live in one of the Member States covered by the survey can participate and are invited to take part. The results will provide evidence to form the basis for targeted action to protect Jewish life in the EU. The results of previous rounds of the survey conducted in 2012 and 2018 were used by the European Commission to develop the EU Strategy for combating antisemitism and fostering Jewish life. National policymakers use it to draft national strategies, and it is also a valuable source of information for researchers and civil society organisations.
The survey will be conducted online and is available here. To achieve a sample that matches the diversity of the Jewish population, FRA, together with the contractor Kantar Public and its partners, will reach out to stakeholders, civil society organisations and different Jewish communities to widely disseminate the invitation to participate in the survey. The Action and Protection League is pleased to spread the word and invite everyone eligible to participate in the survey. We invite all participants to take the 30-minute survey to achieve an adequate representation of Jewish life in the EU in all its diversity.
The survey: www.eujews.eu