Antisemitism is still a reality for many European Jews, who increasingly experience insults, discrimination, harassment, attacks against properties and physical violence. Antisemitism must be combatted to ensure well-being, security and equality of outcome of Jews in Europe.

Quick Facts

  • There has been a 60% increase in violence committed against Jews in the United Kingdom between 2008 & 2014
  • 2 in 3 Jewish respondents consider Antisemitism to be a major problem in the eight countries in which the majority of the estimated EU Jewish population lives
  • Over 1 in 2 Jewish respondents heard or saw someone claiming that the Holocaust was a myth or has been exaggerated in the previous 12 months


  • Who are European Jews?
  • What is Antisemitism?
  • Is it true that there is no Antisemitism in Europe anymore?

Our members’ work

Check out ENAR member organisations’ initiatives on Antisemitism at national and local level


With the support of the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union, the Open Society Foundations, the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and the Sigrid Rausing Trust