Alba Sidera i Gallart (born 1979, Girona) is a Catalan journalist and author, based in Italy.[1] Correspondent of the newspaper El Punt-Avui in Rome since 2012, she is an specalist in the study of far-right movements in Italian politics. As a journalist, she collaborates in various media such as La Directa, Ctxt and Mè She is a member of the Ramon Barnils Group of Journalists.[2][3]

Alba Sidera
Born1979 (age 43–44)
Notable workFeixisme persistent

In 2019, she received an honorable mention from the magazine Pensamiento al margen[4] for her informative article "The trap of post-ideology protects the mediocre" («La trampa de la postideología ampara a los mediocres»), and in 2020 she published her first book, Feixisme persistent, (Persistent Fascism), a journalistic work, the result of years of research in the field in which she explains the survival of fascist ideology, the exaltation of the figure of Mussolini and the rise of the populist politician Matteo Salvini in the Italian peninsula.[5]


  • Feixisme persistent (Persistent fascism) (Saldonar, 2020)


  1. ^ "Alba Sidera Gallart". Idees. 2020-09-30. Retrieved 2021-12-18.
  2. ^ "Alba Sidera: "Salvini es ven com un renovador quan ha viscut tota la vida de la política"". El Temps (in Catalan). Retrieved 2021-12-18.
  3. ^ Calvó, Sònia (2020-04-23). "Entrevista | Alba Sidera: "Falta cultura periodística antifeixista"". Mè - Observatori Crític dels Mitjans (in Catalan). Retrieved 2021-12-18.
  4. ^ "Menciones". Pensamiento al margen (in Spanish). Retrieved 2021-12-18.
  5. ^ "Alba Sidera: 'A Itàlia els feixistes no se n'amaguen, és xocant de veure'". VilaWeb (in Catalan). Retrieved 2021-12-18.