Edwin Bendyk – a journalist, publicist and writer, works in the "Polityka" weekly where he heads the science section. Author of books: Zatruta studnia. Rzecz o władzy i wolności (The Poisoned Well. On Power and Freedom, 2002), Antymatrix. Człowiek w labiryncie sieci (Antymatrix. Man in the Maze of the Net, 2004), Miłość, wojna, rewolucja. Szkice na czas kryzysu (Love, War, Revolution. Essays for the Time of Crisis, 2009) and Bunt Sieci (The Rebellion of the Net, 2012). In 2014 he published, together with Jacek Santorski and Witold Orłowski, the book Jak żyć w świecie, który oszalał (How to Live in a World That Has Gone Mad). At the Faculty of Sociology of the University of Warsaw, he lectures on digital culture within the framework of the Language and Society major. Lecturer at the Collegium Civitas, where he heads The Centre for Studies on Future. In the Centre of Social Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Graduate School for Social Research), he conducts a seminar on new media. Deputy editor-in-chief of the „Kultura i rozwój” scientific magazine. He belongs to the Polish PEN Club. Member of the European Council on Foreign Research.
Agata Diduszko-Zyglewska – a journalist, social activist, and politician of the Left, was selected as the councillor in Warsaw in 2018. A co-author of the map of paedophilia in churches and the report about covering up paedophilia by Polish bishops. An author of the book Krucjata polska (Polish Crusade) and a co-author of the book Szwecja czyta. Polska czyta (Sweden reads. Poland reads). A member of the team of Krytyka Polityczna (Political Criticism) and Rada Kongresu Kobiet (the Council of The Congress of Women). She cooperates with “Gazeta Wyborcza” and the Vogue.pl portal.
Justyna Samolińska – a publicist, an activist of the Inicjatywa Pracownicza (Employee Initiative) trade union, professionally connected with Razem (Together) political party. She works with children of disadvantaged families in Praga Północ in Warsaw. A feminist, an anti-fascist, and a participant in eviction blockades.