The following website collections have been archived by the National Library of Australia using the Archive-It service managed by the Internet Archive.
For suggestions on other sites of significance to archive that are not included in these collections, please contact the Curatorial team.
Archived websites about Indonesia politics and government
The Internet Archive comprises websites archived around a theme, and is fully accessible by public. Click on the links to see the front page of each collection on the Internet Archive and there you can find a complete list of featured sites and select individual sites for viewing. A site may have been archived more than once depending on its value as an information source and the nature of the collection. New collections are being developed and links will be added here.
Here are websites of the major political parties that contested the 2009 Indonesian parliamentary elections on 9 April , 2009. Only websites at the national level are included, along with websites of international offices. Websites of party regional offices and of individual organisation are not included.
Websites of candidates for President of Indonesia in the 2009 elections.
Selected mass media, electoral information and election monitoring sites that cover the 2009 Indonesian Parliamentary and Presidential elections.
Websites of party regional offices and of individual candidates contesting the 2009 Indonesian parliamentary elections, including parties that operate in Aceh-only.
Websites of selected political parties and groups, and government, related to the 2014 general elections (includes blogs, Facebook, videos)
Collection of websites relating with the general and presidential election in Indonesia in 2019.
Selected Indonesian Islamic organisations comprise this archive unit. Some are organisations involved in Indonesian politics in their efforts to strengthen democratic institutions, and promote their views. These organizations have long formed the vital core of Indonesia's civil society and continue to play a leading role in democratic reform and improving social conditions. They include groups belonging to the mass-based organisations, Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) and Muhammadiyah , that have networks that span the country from the national down to the district and village levels. Also included are Islamic liberal organisations and organisations described as strict or extreme.
Selected international and Indonesian web sites related to West Papuan political and social movements, which includes human rights, NGOs and civil society. West Papua has social and political unrest and so these archives be updated frequently.