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CSG Analysis of Reported Antisemitic Incidents in Australia

This report is a statistical review of antisemitic incidents in the 2022 calendar year, reported to the CSG across Australia.

This is the fifth annual published report by CSG on antisemitic incident statistics, albeit CSG has been recording antisemitic incidents since its inception.

The Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) examines antisemitism in its entirety as the elected national representative organisation of the Australian Jewish Community. This CSG publication compliments the ECAJ annual Report on Antisemitism in Australia by providing focus specifically on antisemitic incidents as part of CSG’s role in the provision of security protection to the Australian Jewish Community.

CSG recorded 442 antisemitic incidents in Australia in 2022.

An average of approximately 37 antisemitic incidents took place every month in 2022.

The single highest category of antisemitic incident reported was abusive behaviour at 359 (81%), followed by 41 incidents of damage and desecration, 20 incidents of literature, 11 assaults, 10 threats and 1 incident of extreme violence.

NSW experienced the highest reported number of antisemitic incidents at 281 (64%).