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Antisemitism and Xenophobia Today (AXT) www.axt.org.uk
The Antisemitism and Xenophobia Today (AXT) site is where high-profile analyses and reports by independent organizations such as the Institute for Jewish Policy Research are published. In its publications, the Institute discusses the concepts of racism, anti-Semitism and xenophobia in different regions of the world in a wide political, social and cultural context, aiming to influence people's attitudes and raise greater social awareness.

Anti-Semitism and Xenophobia Today is an Internet site publishing high-quality analyses regarding the presence of racism, xenophobia and especially anti-Semitism, considered against the backdrop of the more general social and political contexts in which such manifestations occur.

AXT is an integral part of the Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR) - a group of independent experts and intellectuals based in London. In fulfilling its aims, JPR has both a research as well as an opinion-forming role, influencing the political scene. The JPR staff (using the www.axt.org page to disseminate their analyses) are engaged in expanding civic awareness by taking an active part in public political discussion and supplying information on current political events. AXT is a site where you can find straightforward and objective analyses (i.e., demographics, migration trends, relevant court verdicts, significant manifestations of discrimination).


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Downloadable educational materials: Country Reports - reports regarding instances of discrimination; a full archive of reports from all continents;
The New Anti-Semitism - an on-line publication about modern anti-Semitism;
Media and Culture - bigotry in the media;
Football, Racism and Public Policy - the links between nationalism, racism and xenophobia in football fan behavior.
Contact: www.axt.org.uk
www.jpr.org.uk