Recent trends in Antisemitism in Europe

This ENAR briefing highlights recent developments and trends in Antisemitism across Europe, on the occasion of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on 27 January.

27 January 2017

Anti-Semitism continues to affect Jewish populations all over Europe. European Jews are consistently subject to physical violence, insults, discrimination, harassment (online and in person), attacks against property, and the desecration of places of worship and cemeteries.

- Read our briefing on recent trends of Antisemitism in Europe in 2016

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