The European Jewish Research Archive is owned and managed by the Institute for Jewish Policy Research.
Full-text items deposited in the European Jewish Research Archive are subject to copyright. By using the European Jewish Research Archive you agree to abide by UK copyright law and the repository's policies, chiefly:
Commercial sale or exploitation of material without prior permission of all the relevant copyright owners is expressly prohibited.
Items deposited in the repository may be subject to individual copyright licences or permissions, whose terms must be adhered to in all instances.
Full-text items must not be harvested by robots except transiently for full-text indexing or citation analysis.
Metadata in the European Jewish Research Archive can be re-used in any medium without prior permission, for not-for-profit purposes, provided a link to the original metadata record are given.
The Institute for Jewish Policy Research bears no responsibility for any infringements of third-party copyright in the items available on the European Jewish Research Archive.
Take Down Policy
If you consider downloadable material not produced by JPR hosted in the European Jewish Research Archive to be in breach of copyright or in breach of UK law in any other respect please contact us including the URL of the record and the reason for the withdrawal request.
Your email request will be acknowledged and we aim to make an initial assessment within seven (7) days of receipt. If the complaint warrants further investigation the downloadable material will be withdrawn from EJRA within 7 days of receiving your notification while we investigate fully. It may be necessary for us to seek legal advice before the complaint can be fully resolved.
If the complaint is well-founded the downloadable material will be permanently withdrawn from the repository. In some cases bibliographic details and a metadata record may remain.
Authors of items made available on the European Jewish Research Archive are individually responsible for the validity and authenticity of their items and metadata, and for endeavouring to ensure that their items do not infringe third party copyright. The Institute for Jewish Policy Research accepts no responsibility or liability for items and metadata available on the repository, and may remove items from public view in accordance with the repository's policies.