The Indonesia Project aims to influence the creation of stronger, research-based public policies in Indonesia—especially in the areas of economic development, human capital, regional development, poverty, governance, environment and social development.
The Australia-Indonesia Institute (AII) was established by the Australian Government in 1989 to contribute to a more broadly based and enduring relationship between Australia and Indonesia and to project positive images of Australia and Indonesia in each other's country.
AIA (ACT) was established in 1965 by people involved in Indonesian studies at ANU. It is a non-political, volunteer and not-for-profit organisation. Indonesian classes offered for both members and non-members.
Khasanah Pustaka Nusantara ( Khastara ) is a single search portal for all the digital collections of the National Library of Indonesia. There are total 13062 collections from Ancient manuscripts, Rare Books, Maps, Rare magazines and Newspapers and more. This portal displays detailed collection information in full that supports the PDF Flip format for easy reading.
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Australia (PPIA) or Indonesian Students’ Association of Australia has been established on March 13, 1981 in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. As one of the most prominent Indonesian student organisation in Australia, it has purpose to serve and unite Indonesian students across Australia. Moreover, PPIA is a medium of communication and interaction for all Indonesian students across Australia. The goals are to establish a strong sense of fellowship among Indonesian students and gives contribution to the nation in terms of cultural recognition as a foreign community.