Selected reports by Pears Institute staff and Research Associates
In May 2018, local organisations, academics and policy experts gathered at Birkbeck, University of London to understand better the impact of hate crime on faith groups and local communities in London, and to share good practice in responding to hate crime. This report is informed by the discussion on that day.
This series of reports presents the findings and conclusions of an extensive research project conducted in 2016/2017 across five European countries – Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom
Commissioned to assist the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Antisemitism, and used to inform their deliberations and report to government, this sub-report examines the key aspects of antisemitism in Britain during the period following the 2014 Gaza conflict.
This short report, prepared for the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Antisemitism, examines the 2014 anti-Israel protests, exploring the extent and degree of antisemitism in the protests, as well as the reporting of this antisemitism and its impact on the Jewish community.
This report offers new insights from ten leading academics and thinkers on what drives extremism in British society and the appeal of antisemitism to far-right and Islamist extremists. It includes a series of policy recommendations.
The founding principle of the Pears Institute is that the study of antisemitism is vital to understanding racialization, racism and religious intolerance.