|Related laws and legislations - Juridical texts related to the conflict|
Power Development Plan (Thailand)
Ratification of Rio Declaration
Ninth National Plan (Thailand, from 2002 to 2009)
Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand B.E. 2550, article 57, article 58, article 66, article 67, article 85, article 87 (Thailand, 2007)
Official Information Act (Thailand, 1997)
National Environment Quality Act (Thailand, 1992)
|References to published books, academic articles, movies or published documentaries|
(2) David J.H. Blake (2013) Thai dam- Affected villagers demand fair compensation, Guest Blog Writer for International Rivers
(3) Foran, Tira & Kanokwan Manorom. 2009. Pak Mun Dam: Perpetually Contested? Contested Waterscapes in the Mekong Region: Hydropower, Livelihoods and Governance, ed. by F. Molle, T. Foran & M. Käkönen, 55-80. London, Sterling, VA: Earthscan.
(5) Missingham, Bruce. 2003. The Assembly of the Poor: From Local Struggle to National Social Movement Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books
(6) Piaporn Deetes, Living Rivers Siam (2008) Plans for some old dams unfortunately never die, Opinion piece published in the Bangkok Post
(7) Zeller, Nicholas Ryan. (2012). New Means, Old Ends? World Bank Governmentality in Thailand and Laos People†™s Democratic Republic. Master of Arts Thesis, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. May 2012.
(4) Imhof, Aviva (2000) Dam Busting, Anti dam protests in Thailand The Ecologist 30:6 pp 50-51
(1) David J.H. Blake (2013) Sirindhorn Dam Affected Communities Still Seeking Justice and Compensation, Guest Blog Writer for International Rivers
|Links to general newspaper articles, blogs or other websites|
(9) ELECTRICITY GENERATING AUTHORITY OF THAILAND, Data on Sirindhorn dam
(8) INTERNATIONAL RIVERS NGO, Affected Villagers.
View on the Sirindhorn Dam Credits: http://www.ez-gotravel.com/ubon-ratchathani
|Other comments:||The cost of the project is unknown. It was co-financed by the Thai government, the Japanese government, and the World Bank. The expenditure reported for compensation of the villagers in 1973 was of 578,241 US$ (18,8 Million Baht).|