According to the Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR), Bulgaria is home to between 2,000 and 6,000 Jews. Almost the entire population is Sephardic, with a majority being of elderly age. The Bulgarian Jewish community has steadily grown in recent years with a focused effort on restoring communal Jewish knowledge. Moreover, there are no overt manifestations of antisemitism in Bulgaria, as Jews enjoy participation in all aspects of Bulgarian public life – including high offices of state. The Bulgarian Jewish community is represented by the Organization of Jews in Bulgaria-Shalom – the Bulgarian WJC affiliate.