We have carefully selected our top picks for Theory of Change resources from reports, videos and webinars. For a comprehensive background on Theory of Change and its use in the development sector we recommend two reports produced in 2011 and 2012 that we have found useful background reading at inFocus to get into the world of theory of change. ‘Theory of Change Review, A report commissioned by Comic Relief (Cathy James, 2011) reviews existing literature and experiences in the development sector of the use of theory of change to identify who is using theory of change, what approach they are taking and their learning from the process. Download Report. The UK Department of International Development also commissioned the ‘Review of the use of ‘Theory of Change’ in international development in 2012 (Isabel Vogel, August 2012), which looked to ‘identify areas of consensus, debate and innovation in order to inform a more consistent approach within DFID and to share this learning with the wider international development sector.’ Download Executive Summary. If you want to find out more about Theory of Change you can access inFocus videos describing the various components of a Theory of Change and its history, on the new inFocus YouTube Theory of Change Playlist. Finally you can also access one our taster Theory of Change eLearning courses by signing up to the next free Introduction to Theory of Change Webinars. Register for a webinar.