Why are prisons in the UK and the US so bad at helping prisoners to stop reoffending. We meet prisoners and workers on the front line of this struggle.
How the gender imbalance in Pakistan is making the country increasingly unsafe for women.
Exploiting backpackers under the sun
How much abuse should backpackers tolerate for a visa extension to stay in Australia for a second year?
Being a minority in a Muslim country
Artefact talks to a Christian girl about her life and experiences being brought up in Muslim-dominated Pakistan.
More than just a machine
How fashion houses are being challenged by a global campaign with a single question: “Who made my clothes?”
Don’t ask my name
North Korean exiles in Britain are reluctant to talk about life in the Hermit Kingdom
The cruelty of belief
Paola Paredes’ pictures reveal the suffering caused by conservative attitudes to homosexuality in Ecuador.
Enslaved by my own family
Slavery occurs right here in the UK – one former slave, Blessing, tells us about life in slavery, and how she escaped.
The strongest surveillance regime in the world
The Investigatory Powers Act has come into effect in the United Kingdom, so Artefact explores what this means in reality.
Women's March against President Trump
Artefact was out with protestors in London as they joined a worldwide movement on Day One of the Trump administration.