Canada 150: 150 years of failing Indigenous communities in Canadian media
Friend or Foe? Our ocean's most threatened species
Paradise lost: 12 hours in the Elephant's shopping centre
The alternative history of the Nazi regime
News & Politics
Effective altruism has been dubbed the crossroads between charity and rationality, but just how effective are effective altruists really?
Minority communities in Europe are being attacked and beaten by police officers, so why is it not being reported?
Scientists teach bees to play football, and yes, we mean bumblebees, not Brentford FC.
Artefact investigates if Russian people really believe in the calls for a new relationship with President Trump’s America.
Life & Style
Venezuela is going through a major economic crisis. Cocoa plantations could help to bring prosperity, as Venezuelan cocoa is one of the best in the world.
How one young person fell for the allure of a ‘Direct Marketing’ job, and found himself exploited, over-worked and unpaid.
Artefact explores the profession of alpine guides in France, and the challenges they face from climate change.
Is it the BAFTA-nominated series making offensive, or is it really a documentary on the beauty of love in all its forms?
Animal cloning is an expensive and controversial procedure but is common in many countries for food production and leisure activities.
Artefact investigates LGBTQ histories and their perseverance in our museums and collections.
ARTEFACT visited the artist at his studio in London to get a glimpse into the world of Nigel Stefani.
Pushing the boundaries of gender in fashion, Rebecca Haddaway continues to produce legendary catwalk moments.
Entertainment & Music
Canada’s west coast is seeing a rising and increasingly diversified electronic music scene, and Actntrl is the Vancouver music producer to get to know.
With Playboy bringing back full frontal nudity after a year’s hiatus, we discuss its legacy with a world record magazine collector.
Reviving real hip hop one bar at a time.
With a career in Hollywood spanning more than three decades, Martin Serene gives us an insight on how to get on in acting.
The porn industry needs to take a long hard look at itself… and its inclusion of all genders, abilities and consumers in a much more open dialogue.
“I don’t need feminism to make me feel strong, I’m already strong. I need feminism because of the way the world perceives my strength.”
Artefact shines a spotlight on the perpetrators of pavement rage – and offers a solution.
Artefact question why unpaid internships are still allowed?
A review of the first episode of BBC-3’s newest teen drama Clique.
Artefact explores the developing industry of robotics through a new exhibition at London’s Science Museum.
Alice Lowe turns into a maternal murderer in this gory horror comedy.
Artefact listens to grime MC Stormzy’s long-awaited debut album
A+ Truth & Terror editionA special project featuring work from student journalists from LCC, Universitat Abat Oliba in Barcelona, and contributors from around the world.
Digital surveillance increasingly reminds Eastern Europeans of the sinister Soviet past.
North Korean exiles in Britain are reluctant to talk about life in the Hermit Kingdom
In a beautiful Indonesian island resort, horses are mistreated for the benefit of tourists.
Armoured by social media and open-minded directors, Pakistan’s transgender activists are taking back control over how they are perceived and alienated by society.
Nigeria struggles against Boko Haram amid continuing clamour for the return of its kidnap victims.
Two photojournalists discuss the ethical issues raised by images of suffering.
Bill Broun’s debut novel has proved remarkably prescient.
What will Brexit mean for a European community in the heart of London?