A series of documentary films on world problems that are the urgent concern of the United Nations.
There are ten million homeless people in the world, the victims of war and persecution; in Europe alone there are hundreds of thousands who are homeless. Who are they, and what is being done for them?
Produced by Norman Swallow in collaboration with the Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, and the U.N. Films Division
A report on the day's proceedings by William Clark, Robert McKenzie, and David Butler using excerpts from the telerecording of the day's debates and interviews with personalities attending the Conference.
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