Students at University of the Arts London discuss their work and how this reflects their personal journeys.
Posts byEdena Klimenti
The most recent outrage surrounding the topic of homelessness arose after Simon Dudley, Royal Borough of Windsor Council leader, called for direct police action to remove rough sleepers before the royal wedding.
Kosovo activates new telephone country code +383 after Agron Mustafa, director of Kosovo Telecom, makes the very first phone call with mobile operator VALA.
Walthamstow is undergoing major re-generation, but what problems does this create for the underprivileged members of the community?
We examine the controversy that surround ‘Votes for women’ and dig deeper into the truth of this historic period for women.
Sexual harassment in work places have always been under scrutiny, how is this changing in our society today? “I’ve looked back on so many instances of harassment in my past.”
Artefact explores personal stories of growing up as an Albanian-Kosovar in the UK.
Social media is giving passionate creatives the opportunity to advertise and make money off of their work.
During times of immense scrutiny and prejudice one young woman tells Artefact of how she fell in love with Islam.
How can the UK tackle gun crime if many deny the existence of gun culture, just because it is not on the same level as the US?