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General Programme "Security and Safeguarding Liberties"

Funding programme that aims to ensure effective European cross-border cooperation in the fight against crime and terrorism and in the strengthening of crime prevention. Related activities are supported through the implementation of two specific programmes: “Prevention, Preparedness and Consequence Management of Terrorism” (CIPS) and “Prevention of and Fight against Crime” (ISEC). The General Programme also funds the European Police College (CEPOL) and the European Police Office (Europol).

Source: Communication COM(2005) 124 final

General Programme "Solidarity and Management of Migration Flows"

Funding programme for the period 2007 to 2013, which is made up of four financial instruments that support EU States in the field of migration, asylum and borders. The financial instruments consist of the European Refugee Fund, the European Fund for the Integration of third-country nationals, the External Borders Fund and the European Return Fund.

Source: Communication COM(2005) 123 final

Geneva Convention & Protocol

The United Nations Convention of 28 July 1951 relating to the status of refugees, as amended by the New York Protocol of 31 January 1967.

Source: Convention and Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees

Global Approach to Migration

The external dimension of the EU's migration policy that brings together migration, external relations and development policy to address migration in an integrated, comprehensive and balanced way in partnership with non-EU countries. It comprises the whole migration agenda, including legal and irregular migration, combating trafficking in human beings and smuggling of migrants, strengthening protection for refugees, enhancing migrant rights and harnessing the positive links that exist between migration and development. It is underscored by the fundamental principles of partnership, solidarity and shared responsibility and uses the concept of "migratory routes" to develop and implement policy.

Source: Communication COM(2007) 247 final 2

Grooming of children on the Internet

The purpose of grooming is to make a victim. Grooming is done to choose a victim, to see if the person may cooperate with sexual abuse because of the imbalance of power and coercion. Grooming is done to make a potential victim feel comfortable enough to be close to an offender, to be alone with an offender and, after the abuse, to keep the behaviour a secret.

Source: European Network and Information Security Agency

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