Viewers of the new Blonde film on Netflix have major concerns about the way that women like Marilyn Monroe are portrayed.
Women of colour: Making it to the front page
Artefact reports on violence against women of colour and how it makes them question their worth in society.
Media censorship and Journalism in Turkey
Media censorship is a rising issue in Turkey and Turkey accounts for one third of all-journalists imprisoned around the world.
"You look better with straight hair!"
From blow drying and using excessive heat, to keratin treatments, and even trying permanent techniques which damage the roots and leads to the hair growing back horribly damaged.
Putting your life on the line for the truth
More than 45 journalists have been killed since the beginning of this year, so how can journalists protect themselves?
Getting Stacey Dooley onto ISIS' frontline
The producer of two high-risk documentaries tells us about her experience in Isis territory.
Drawing for the voiceless in Yemen
Yemeni artist Noha Al-Maghafi talks of her inspiration to start the the ‘Yemeni Peoples Project’ in response to the war in Yemen.
Why are female serial killers mythologised?
Going in depth with psychologist Dr. Marissa Harison, as she explains the methods of female serial killers and why they remain so discreet
Are children obsessed with beauty standards?
Children are widely affected by the media, we meet two teenagers to understand how women’s beauty standards affect children.
Edward Snowden's uncertain future
Artefact joined a conference call with Edward Snowden about the importance of journalism in times of mass surveillance and Trump.