"Belfast '88 : International Conference of Young Anglicans".
Reports from the first International Conference of Young Anglicans attended by nearly 250 young people from 3-8 January 1988. "During the Conference the delegates were divided into eight Issue Groups related to the Lambeth  themes: Mission and Ministry A. Renewal in Mission, B. Ministry -- Dogmatic and Pastoral Concerns, A. Understanding and growing in the faith, B. What it means to be an Anglican -- Ecumenical Relations -- Christianity and the Social Order, A. Rich and poor, B. Church/State Relations, C. Moral and Ethical issues facing young people. The Reports from the Issues Groups are the result of the work of the Groups over four days. The recommendations were voted on by the whole Conference on the final day". -- p. .
Contents: [Introduction] / Planning Group for the Conference -- Resolution dated January 1988 -- Mission and Ministry: A: Renewal in Mission -- B: Ministry -- Dogmatic and Pastoral Concerns: A: Understanding and growing in the faith -- B: What it means to be an Anglican -- Ecumenical Relations -- Christianity and the Social Order: A: Rich and Poor -- B: Church/State Relations -- C: Moral and Ethical issues facing young people -- [Provinces of the Anglican Communion represented at] International Conference of Young Anglicans -- Issue Groups [and] Planning Group for the Conference.
The Anglican Church of Canada was a participant in the Conference and page 25 contains the following item re Canada: "b) In Canada. The loss of their homelands has had profound ramifications for the native peoples. They now lack the cultural and spiritual base that has been closely tied in with their relationship to the land. Many of the original landowners never surrendered legal title to their land. Recommendation (Land rights, Canada) We recommend that strong support be given to the native Canadians' claims to all original titles and rights to self-government".