ARTEFACT visited the artist at his studio in London to get a glimpse into the world of Nigel Stefani.
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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.
Why young Venezuelans are fleeing to Spain.
How migrants arriving in Barcelona are getting lost in a world of bureaucracy.
An insight to the #Oscarssowhite controversy, and what can be done to avoid a boycott at next year’s ceremony.
Artefact gets under the make-up of one of Italy’s A-list – an eclectic performer, author, and singer.
Artefact get to know South London grime artist Kruze.
We look into dating through the ages and ask how we can survive love in this digital world.
Artefact finds out how much people spent this Valentine’s Day.
The eviction of the southern part of the camp has began in shocking circumstances, despite homing hundreds of children
In a bid to end world hunger, scientists are cultivating food at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea
Artefact talks to some influential vegans who are on a mission to help change the world.
A vegan reflects on the ethical conflicts raised by her grandfather’s farm
Environmental activists are urging London galleries to stop taking money from BP
Londoners share the city with a remarkable range of animals and birds
Students explain why they gave up meat and give advice to anyone considering following suit
Saving the forests, one fuck at a time
A ‘tiara on the head’ of London or a vanity project that nobody needs?
A novel approach to dealing with the food crisis
From fossil fuel divestment to the university as a co-operative social enterprise
A local resident and communications professional on the ght for a more sympathetic redevelopment
Meet the people that are keeping the rave culture alive in London.