The Carers Co-design Project is a joint piece of work between JRF and London Unemployed Strategies (LUS) to co-design policy recommendations that address poverty and/or its related issues facing unpaid carers. These recommendations are evidence based, credible and underpinned by the voices of people with lived experience.
Rachel works on housing policy at JRF, developing credible solutions and partnerships to ensure more people live in a decent, affordable home. Rachel’s interests are in housing, health, social justice and grounding solutions in lived experience. Rachel has worked on housing and homelessness policy within the charity and public sector. Prior to this, Rachel worked for several years as a case worker in a Youth Offending Service, and has worked in Children’s Social Care. Rachel completed a Masters in Social Work in 2017.