• Alvarez, S; Rosales, M.; Caceres, E.; Rowlands, J. and Arita J. (2011) Improving Programme Design with Power Analysis Tools: The Power Cube within Oxfam GB Programme Design in Guatemala, Oxford : Oxfam Publications.
  • Ben, L. (2009) Kenya's Constitutional Reform case study, (accessed 10 December 2011).
  • Bjuremalm, H. (2006) Power Analysis: Experiences and Challenges, Stockholm : Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA).
  • Boni, A.; Peris, J.; Lopez, E. and Hueso, A. (2009) ‘Scrutinising the Process of Adaptation to the European Higher Education Area in a Spanish University Degree Using Power Analysis’, Power and Education 3.1.
  • Chambers, R. (2006) ‘Transforming Power: From Zero-Sum to Win-Win?’, IDS Bulletin 37.6.
  • Eyben, R. (2008) ‘Theories of change and implications for Big INGO action to support ‘progressive’ social change’, unpublished paper, Sussex : Institute of Development Studies.
  • Gaventa, J. (2005) Reflections on the Uses of the Power Cube, Approach for Analyzing the Spaces, Places and Dynamics of Civil Society Participation and Engagement, prepared for Assessing Civil Society Participation as Supported In-Country by Cordaid, Hivos, Novib and Plan Netherlands 1999–2004, The Netherlands : MFP Breed Netwerk.
  • Gaventa, J. (2006) Finding the Spaces for Change: A Power Analysis, IDS Bulletin 37.6.
  • Gaventa, J. (2007) ‘Levels, Spaces and Forms of Power: Analysing opportunities for change’ in Berenskoetter F. and Williams M. (eds) Power in World Politics, London : Routledge.
  • Guijt, I. (2005) ‘Synthesis Report of Dutch CFA Programme Evaluation’, Assessing Civil Society Participation as Supported In-Country by Cordaid, Hivos, Novib and Plan Netherlands 1999–2004, The Netherlands : MFP Breed Netwerk.
  • Hunjan, R. and Keophilavong, S. (2010) Power and Making Change Happen, London : Carnegie UK Trust/ Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
  • Hunjan, R. and Pettit, J, (2011) Power: A practical guide for facilitating social change, London : Carnegie UK Trust/Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
  • Lukes, S. (2005) Power: A Radical View, New-York : Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Macleod, M. (2011) Exploring the Power Cube as a Tool for use in Evaluation: Identifying shifts in power with women's movements in Central America, (accessed 10 February 2012).
  • McGee, R. and Pettit, J. (2009) ‘Working with Rights and Power’, unpublished learning material.
  • Melief, S. (2008) Power in African Civil Society: A case study of power analysis applied to the Publish What You Pay Campaign in Africa, Unpublished report by Oxfam Novib.
  • Miller, V.; Veneklasen, L.; Reilly, M. and Clark, C (2006) Making Change Happen 3: Concepts for Revisioning Power for Justice, Equality and Peace, Washington : Just Associates.
  • Mgala, S. and Shutt, C. (2011) ‘Exploring Expressions and Forms of Power in Youth Governance Work’, Participatory Learning and Action Notes 63.
  • Pearce, J. (2005) Bringing violence into the Powercube in Colombia, (accessed 16 January 2012).
  • Pettit, J. (2006) ‘Power and Pedagogy: Learning for Reflective Development Practice’, IDS Bulletin 37.6.
  • Rowlands, J. (1996) Questioning Empowerment: Working with Women in Honduras, Oxford : Oxfam Publications.
  • Smarajit, J.; Pankaj Vinayak, S.; Vinita, S. and Amrender, S. (2004) Understanding Power and Creating Spaces: Sex Workers’ Voices in HIV prevention, Care India: SAKSHAM programme, (accessed 10 February 2012).
  • Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (2011) Power Analysis: A Study of Participation at the Local Level in Tanzania, unpublished case study.
  • Tadros, M. (2010) What you see is NOT what you get: Fluid, opaque, amoebic power, (accessed 20 March 2012).
  • VeneKlasen, L. and Miller, V. (2002) A New Weave of Power, People & Politics: The Action Guide for Advocacy and Citizen Participation, Practical Action Publishing.
  • Vermeulen, S. (2005) Power tools: Handbook to tools and resources for policy influence in natural resource management, London : IIED publication.
  • Zulminarni N. (2010), Using power concepts for empowering women headed households, case study by Just Associates, (accessed 22 March 2012).