APPG On Hate Crime
The All-Parliamentary Parliamentary Group on Hate Crime brings together various groups and individuals to improve public knowledge and awareness of hate crime in the UK. In 2018, they released a report on improving community cohesion which can be viewed here
The Community Security Trust
CST is a Jewish communal organisation which works to monitor and combat antisemitism. The Trust publish antisemitic incident statistic and discourse reports.
Equality and Human Rights Commission
The EHRC is a Non-Departmental Public Body which is responsible for the promotion and enforecement of non-discrimination laws.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
The UK FCO produces a Human Rights and Democracy report on an annual basis. These reports usually highlight work done by post-Holocaust issues envoys.
Institute for Jewish Policy Research
The JPR has produced a number of reports focussed on or referring to antisemitism including the National Jewish Student Survey, its ‘Perceptions of Antisemitism’ study and more.
Kick-It Out is football’s equality and inclusion organisation. KiO has published a number of reports which detail incidents of and responses to antisemitism.
The Pears Institue for the Study of Antisemitism
The Pears Institute is based at Birkbeck, University of London and seeks to promote the rigourous academic study of antisemitism.
True Vision is the one-stop shop for reporting hate crime. This can be done online and anonymously. The site also hosts many useful and detailed reports on hate crime.
Stand Up provides anti-discrimination education with a focus on antisemitism and anti-Muslim hate, to young people in mainstream secondary schools.