Agora and its main media outlet - “Gazeta Wyborcza” - were founded in 1989 as a platform for the first democratic parliamentary elections. They were created by a group of journalists and activists of the underground democratic opposition press. For years, "Gazeta" has been the largest opinion-making newspaper in Poland. “Gazeta” and its media initiatives are valuable sources of information for its readers and an important platform for public debate; they are well respected and awarded for their quality in journalism, innovative solutions and strong social commitment as well as for supporting selected nationwide and local actions. We are a part of INMA, WAN-IFRA and LENA. Agora and its media staff have a broad experience in conducting broad-scale projects, usually in partnerships with NGOs and public institutions, in the field of media, culture, education and European society. The most noticeable is SONAR EUROPE, initiated by a consortium of 4 leading media companies: Gazeta Wyborcza (Poland), El Pais (Spain), Le Soir (Belgium), and Le Figaro (France). They are members of the Leadership European Newspapers Alliance (LENA), together with Die Welt (Germany), La Repubblica (Italy) and Tribune de Geneve (Switzerland). The Consortium teams up to produce relevant, in-depth, data-driven content about European issues.