Government plans to restrict protest have been defeated by the House of Lords after a weekend of demonstrations. Artefact was in the thick of it.
A silent minority no more
Anti-Asian attacks over the past year have led third-generation Asian communities in both the US and the UK to call out for action, and dispel the myth of a model minority.
Cancel culture: How far has 'wokeness' gone?
Cancel culture has been a massive part of 2020. But with those in the public eye receiving death threats, it raises the question; has it gone too far?
Why #ENDSARS aligns with #BlackLivesMatter
#ENDSARS is a movement advocating for the end of police brutality in Nigeria, it has not garnered very much media attention despite aligning with the aims of #BlackLivesMatter.
Justice for Grenfell: The silent march
Thirty-one months after Londoners woke up to the news of the Grenfell tower fire, more than 100 people gathered to march for justice.
A land lost: China's oppression of Tibet
The region of Tibet is one rich in religion, culture and myth. Since 1951, China has exerted complete control via occupation, leaving Tibetans, and their homeland, isolated and oppressed.
Fighting for a fairer NHS
Protesters gathered outside the Royal London Hospital to take a stand against the hostile environment policies within the NHS.
South Korean feminist film creates controversy
Despite its popularity, an independent feminist film has caused controversy and criticism throughout South Korea, despite encouraging gender equality.
Free speech under threat on campus
Artefact explores the growing issue of free speech on campus.
Leave means Leave
Looking into the increasingly tense climate of the Brexit deal through the eyes of passionate Leave and Remain protesters.