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Monday 5 September 2011 9.36pm
Hi my name is a Katie Davorn I live in Dulwich and I am a BA Geography student at the University of Sheffield I currently working towards my dissertation, which is studying how charities have fared in the recession and with the recent governement cuts, then looking into the future with David Cameron's Big Society. My focus upon my dissertation is in the area of Southwark and would greatly appreciate anyone completing this survey on how their charitable participation has changed. Please follow the link below to access and if you have any other questions please do not hesitate to contact me on 07988225469 or be e-mailing

By completing the survey I the participant have agreed to Katie Davornís research project for her BA Geography degree at the University of Sheffield. I understand that I do not have to take part in this research and at any point I could withdraw from the research without giving any reason, regardless of whether payment or other inducements have been offered, and with the assurance that any services or help they are receiving in relation to the research will not be affected in any way. I however understand that these rights cannot, however, extend to the withdrawal of already published findings or be invoked in such a way as to compromise anoymised data sets that are being used as specified in the original consent agreement. I understand the aims, nature and purpose of the project.

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