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To challenge the stereotypes and marginalisation artists use their creative talents to claim back their narrative, promote diversity and cohesion.
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?
An Austrian start-up aims to tackle problems that politics can’t seem to resolve.
Images of disorientation and loss at the Calais refugee camp.
Nour is a Syrian who lives in the USA but has been studying in Britain for the past year. During this time, Donald Trump has come to power and the country’s political rhetoric has taken a chilling turn against Muslims. These are her thoughts on her imminent return.
Paola Paredes’ pictures reveal the suffering caused by conservative attitudes to homosexuality in Ecuador.
Inside the world of the drug-dealing ‘lateros’
People who voted Leave in the referendum explain their reasons.
Words like ‘truth’ and ‘terror’ are encoded with complex and contested cultural meaning.
In Barcelona a new initiative is helping people to get back on their feet.
Spain’s new parties of the far Right have echoes of the country’s past.
A young German’s efforts to uncover the truth about a relative’s role in the Second World War take her on a journey to Russia
We get inside the start-up that aims to disrupting the current banking system, from the streets of Shoreditch.
ARTEFACT visited the artist at his studio in London to get a glimpse into the world of Nigel Stefani.
A short documentary exploring the consequences of FGM and its current practice
Artefact explores the ongoing struggles the Roma minorities are facing in Europe.
Nick Collins, owner of All Ages Records, gives his insight to the changes Camden is going through.
Artefact joined protesters outside 10 Downing Street for an anti-Brexit rally.
Artefact was in London to see thousands of people protest against the controversial travel ban imposed by America’s new president.
Artefact hears from some young people about their sex lives and what they think about safe sex.
Artefact was out with protestors in London as they joined a worldwide movement on Day One of the Trump administration.
How the legal licence struggles of London’s Fabric nightclub, Artefact asks whether the capital’s nightlife is under threat.
We meet the collective who are helping women and members of the LGBTQ community to tackle everyday harassment.
Swedish authorities were have questioned Julian Assange, six years after he was accused of rape.
Artefact is covering the US Election results live via Twitter moments. @ArtefactLCC
We join the protesters to find out what Vegans think society should be doing in their efforts to stop animal agriculture.
How two Senegalese immigrants have managed to find a new life in Catalonia.
Two refugees talk about their escape from Iraq and making a new life in Finland.
Two years after the Euromaidan revolt, artists are at the forefront of Ukraine’s struggle for identity.
A petition on change.org is calling for University of the Arts London to create scholarships for refugees and asylum seekers.
More than 45 per cent of UAL students are from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds – so why is the university being called out for being too white?
Ukraine’s struggle to distinguish its cultural identity from its historic roots.
The women uniting locals and refugees in Leeds using the power of choir singing.
Is gentrification destroying the area’s unique multicultural character?
Four young Romanians talk about the challenges of making a life in a new country.
A glimpse into the life of Afghan refugees in Barcelona.
How London College of Communication is helping migrant journalists restart their careers in the UK.
How the Filipino community has brought its national sport to the football-mad city.
The Government’s clampdown on migration has made it much harder to get visas for studying in the UK.
A look into life in Barcelona with its warring rival gangs.
A controversial Spanish politician takes a tough approach to migrants.
The words we use reveal a great deal about our attitudes.
A student from America on the grim reality of life for exiled Syrians.