Somalis living in Britain deal with the consequences of their country’s complex history.
Posts byHani Richter
How will government cuts affect students from poorer backgrounds?
A look at the mechanical work of Leonardo Da Vinci at the Science Museam
The traders whose businesses are being hit by the re-development of Elephant and Castle.
We examine public attitudes to death, as a new café is being planned where that’s all you can talk about.
We discuss his time in Guantanamo, terrorism, his controversial views on the Taliban and the government’s Prevent strategy.
We talk to security expert Micah Lee about Snowden, security and surveillance in the digital age.
Martin Förster’s stark images show us what life is like for those living through the war in Syria.
Should the government more open about using ISMI catchers, which can tap into mobile devices.
Photographer Kazuma Obara discovered one woman’s captivating story of life after Chernobyl.
How vague is the government’s latest law on surveillance?
Will Smith battles the NFL in his latest role about sports injuries and the business of sport.
The COP summit in December saw a coalition of global leaders moving for an eco-friendly government, but it doesn’t stop there.
The induction of drones into the military arsenal has revolutionised foreign surveillance, but are we ready for the consequences?
Artefact talks to the journalist who was approached by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Artefact follows the group Open Borders as they protest to allow more refugees into the UK.
The day when Eric Clapton gave a racist speech, and it led to one of the largest movements of unification – against prejudice.
Why does the battle between Israel and the Palestinians excite such strong feelings on the streets of Britain?