How the gender imbalance in Pakistan is making the country increasingly unsafe for women.
Is Pakistan recognising mental health issues?
Depression, bullying and suicide: Artefact explores how these issues are dealt with in Pakistan.
Shia killings: The story of Dera Ismail Khan
How the differences between Sunni and Shia has turned part of Pakistan into a no-go area for Shia Muslims.
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.
There is no honour in 'honour killings'
Being subjected to honour-related abuse and the brink of death is a common practice for the LGBTQ+ community living in Pakistan, and in ethnic communities in the United Kingdom.
The art of the wheel
We take a road trip to discover ‘Truck Art’, a unique form of expression that is created to highlight Pakistani heritage.
Inside the world of Hijras
Armoured by social media and open-minded directors, Pakistan’s transgender activists are taking back control over how they are perceived and alienated by society.
In conversation with | Asifa Lahore
Artefact meets, Britain’s first Muslim Drag Queen, to discuss life, career, family and why what he does is so important for gay Muslims around the world.
Fighting the rape culture of Pakistan
One woman’s fight against the corrupt Pakistani legal system and the culture of rape it supports.
Music, dance and a therapeutic approach to Islam
Rejecting the political version of Islam, the atmosphere at Shah Jamal’s shrine in Lahore takes religious worship back to love.