The Women claiming rights blog (http://womenclaimingrights.womenandmedia.org) was dormant for some years before I took this archive on 31 July 2018. Still, worth preserving I thought, for the resources and entries in it spanning a few years.
Download the archive here.
When I read that The Sunday Leader (http://www.thesundayleader.lk) had ceased print and online operations on Twitter, my first thought was to archive the entire site.
I forgot that nearly ten years ago, ten days after Lasantha Wickrematunge was murdered in January 2009, I had taken the first archive of the site, and for that reason.
Download the archive from 18 January 2009 here.
Download the archive of the website taken on 28 July 2018, here.
This archive contains all the text of the newspaper’s own archive going back to 2002. It also contains almost all of the images / photos published on the entire website. Since the ZIP file contains a myriad of folders, please go to the www . thesundayleader . lk folder and click on index.html to access site contents. Or you can also use Windows, macOS or Linux folder search functionalities baked into the operating system to search for content.
Launched in July 2018, Minor Matters (http://minormatters.org/en) is,
…a public movement dedicated to protecting the rights and liberties of religious minorities in Sri Lanka. We seek to raise awareness on issues surrounding religious freedom, and to support and empower efforts to advance justice and national coexistence.
Download the 1st archive of the site, taken on 28 July 2018, here.
Download 2nd archive, taken 9 March 2019.
Download the first archive of the Institute of National Security Studies of Sri Lanka website (http://www.insssl.lk/home.php), taken 20 July 2018, here.
Download an archive of The Gratiaen Trust website (http://www.gratiaen.com) archive, taken on 16 July 2018, here.
Download the archive of Former President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga’s website (http://presidentcbk.org), taken 12 July 2018, here.
The website/blog of journalist DBS Jeyaraj (http://dbsjeyaraj.com/dbsj/) has content going back to 2001. Download an archive of it here, taken on 10 July 2018. Note that the file is around 12Gb.