A report on the meeting of the United Nations Special Committee against Apartheid that took place in East Berlin from March 24 – 29, 1974. Conference discussions make apparent that many states, especially socialist countries, show their solidarity and support in eliminating racism and apartheid. The meeting ends with the firm hope to end racial discrimination and repression in South Africa within a decade. The film is interspersed with scenes from the struggle of the oppressed and exploited peoples in Africa and the Sharpeville massacre in South Africa in 1960.
The propagandistic comments in the film correspond with the political discourses and discriminatory use of language at the time the film was made.