David Tišer is from the Czech Republic, and currently the director of ARA ART in Prague; an association which focuses on culture, education and advocacy of the Roma LGBTAIQ community. A romist, teacher and theatre director, David has been a member of the Government Council for Roma Minor Affairs. He is currently a member of the Committee on the Rights of Sexual Minorities on the Government Council for Human Rights. In 2009, David wrote a screenplay for the semi documentary ‘Roma Boys – The Story of Love ’. In 2011 he was nominated for the Alfred Radok Talent of the Year Award for his performance in the National Theatre play ‘My Neighbour, My Enemy’. David is the founder of the European Roma LGBTAIQ movement. He holds a degree in Roma Studies from the Charles University in Prague. David is a laureate of the 2018 Museum of Romani Culture Award. He is also the holder of the František Kriegl Award for Bravery in 2019. This award is given by Charter 77 (a public initiative in the former Czechoslovakia, which tried to defend human rights). In 2019, he received the title of Marshal Prague Pride for his significant contribution to the promotion of the equal rights of LGBT people and the development of LGBT communities.