Guillermo Kerber presently teaches at the Atelier Oecuménique de Théologie and is a member of the Bureau Formation of the Catholic Church in Geneva, Switzerland. A former Programme Executive of the World Council of Churches he coordinated the work on various international affairs topics such as impunity, reconciliation, human rights, environment and human rights. He holds academic degrees in philosophy and theology (ITUMS – PUG, Montevideo, Uruguay) and a doctorate in Sciences of Religion (UMESP, Sao Paulo, Brazil). In Uruguay, his home country, he was Professor of Social Ethics both at the National and Catholic Universities in Montevideo. He has authored various books and articles on the above mentioned topics from an ethical and theological perspective, published in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. He is the President of the Board of the International Network for Human Rights (www.ridh.org) and is a board member of the Global Call for Climate Action (www.tcktcktck.org) and the Geneva Interfaith Forum on Environment, Climate Change and Human Rights.