Nicholas Tozer

Journalist. He was born on January 3rd, 1954 in Romford, Essex, England. In 1981 he graduated from the British Institute of Linguists in London with a degree in Modern Languages. In 1987 he obtained his MA in Hispanic Studies at the University of London. Since 1983 he has carried out extensive research work into the Falklands conflict for many institutions such as the South Atlantic Council of London, the Di Tella Institute, the UN Program for Development, and the Bank of the Province de Buenos Aires Foundation with a view of presenting a PhD thesis on the subject. Since 1993 he has been a National Academician at the National Academy of Tango.

Between 1978 and 1997 he worked at the Argentine English-language newspaper, Buenos Aires Herald performing all kinds of work from proof reader, London correspondent, news editor, editorialist and co-editor of the newspaper.

He has also worked as adviser and consultant on communication for diverse national and international commercial companies and as a journalist for the news agencies, Mercopress and DYN, Gente, Noticias and La Primera magazines, radio and television programs specially for Channel 13, Todo Noticias, America TV as well as for the British BBC, ITV and Channel 4.

He is a recognised expert on the Falklands conflict having travelled to the islands over twenty times. In 1998 was the producer of the only TV show in the history of Argentine television to be broadcast live from the archipelago: Hora Clave from the Falklands with the political analyst Mariano Grondona.

Nowadays, he distributes his time between journalism and investigation into the Falklands, continuing with his work as correspondent for Mercopress news agency and collaborations with other press organisations, specially the BBC. He actively collaborates with the Wallenberg Foundation and the National Academy of Tango where he holds the position of Secretary of Institutional Affairs.