Antisemitism Resources



Hate crime data

‣ Source: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
‣ What it measures: Antisemitic hate crime by country
‣ Notes:
This tool compiles official hate crime data from participating governments and organizations.


Reports on worldwide antisemitism

‣ Source: Tel Aviv University’s Kantor Center
‣ What it does: Analyzes how the themes and trends driving antisemitism around the world are shifting.


Country Reports on Human Rights Practices

‣ Source: The U.S. State Department
‣ What it does: Summarizes antisemitic data and trends by country
‣ Notes: These reports cover a broad range of human rights topics—including antisemitism. Using the “build a custom report” tool, a short analysis of antisemitic incidents is available by country.



Experiences and Perceptions of Antisemitism

‣ Source: The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
‣ What it measures: Jews’ experiences of antisemitism in the European Union
‣ Notes: This survey includes data from 12 EU countries. Published in 2018, it follows up on the agency’s first survey in 2012.


ADL Global 100: An Index of Anti-Semitism

‣ Source: Anti-Defamation League
‣ What it measures: Antisemitic attitudes toward Jews in over 100 countries
‣ Notes: This tool gives each country a score, representing the percentage of adults who answered “probably true” to a majority of the antisemitic stereotypes tested. The website includes an interactive map and country-to-country comparison tool. Data comes from interviews conducted in 2013-2014.


Jewish Americans in 2020

‣ Source: Pew Research Center
‣ What it measures: Jewish perceptions of antisemitism in the United States
‣ Notes: Antisemitism is one of many topics studied in this major report, which surveyed over 4,000 Jews across the country in 2020.



ADL’s Tracker of Anti-Semitic Incidents

‣ Source: Anti-Defamation League
‣ What it does: Compiles antisemitic incidents in the United States
‣ Notes: Includes incidents reported in the media, as well as those reported to the ADL. Incidents also live on ADL’s interactive HEAT Map (which is searchable by location, incident type, ideology, and year).