Rachida Lamrabet (b. 1970) is a Belgian author of Moroccan origin. She works as a lawyer for the Centre for Equality of Opportunity and Opposition to Racism in Brussels. In 2006 her story ‘Mercedes 207’ about a Moroccan who regularly travels between his relatives in Morocco and his family in Antwerp won the literary prize ‘Colour the Arts!’ awarded by Kif Kif. The story was included in Kif Kif. New Voices from Flanders (2006). Woman Country (2007), Rachida Lamrabet’s first novel, has attracted a great deal of interest and was extremely well received.