Alberto Nadra is a distinguished journalist, writer, professor, and historical leader of the Argentine Left. He worked as a foreign correspondent and headed the publication of important Argentine newspapers, as well as the Prensa Latina news agency in Buenos Aires.
In the 1970s, he was among the founders of the Juventudes Políticas Argentinas and was recognized for his denunciations of human rights violations committed by the military dictatorship between 1976 and 1983.In 1979, the International Organization of Journalists distinguished his work with the Journalistic Merit Award (Premio al Mérito Periodístico). In 2016, his book Secretos en Rojo. Un militante entre dos siglos was unanimously declared "of cultural interest for the promotion and defense of human rights" by the Legislature of the City of Buenos Aires. Nadra has taught at the Fundación de Estudios Económicos y Sociales in Argentina, Chile and Bolivia, as well as at the University of Palermo and the Institute of Specialized Journalism (IPE) in Buenos Aires.