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Rachel Moussié

London-based Rachel Moussié is ActionAid's Women's Economic Rights Co-ordinator. 

Rachel started working for ActionAid as a researcher with the International Education Team looking at the impacts of IMF policies on public education budgets in Africa and Asia. 

She then worked on the Tax Justice campaign in the UK that started in 2009, before moving to work for ActionAid's international team in a role that merged her interest in economic policy and her passion for women's rights.

Latest blogs

Public services in rich and poor countries alike are being eroded. But does this mean the need for running water, schools and day care centres or hospitals simply disappears?No, of course not.Whether...
A great deal of time is spent on Unpaid Care Work by women around the world every day, but often this important work remains invisible.In fact, Unpaid Care Work is a term that you might not be...
Today we’re releasing some new research on young women living in poor urban areas in 3 countries – India, Ghana and South Africa.The research was conducted in 7 cities, involving 450 young women and...