Author: Adam Raszewski | Pages: 42–52
The aim of the article is to present the image of Saudi Arabia in the discourse of international organizations and media communications. The image is examined through the prism of narratives concerning human rights. The author lists three key areas of verification: system determinants of human rights, individual rights in the kingdom and an axiological sphere as the basis of self-identification in Saudi Arabia. The article discusses the main ideological inspirations representative of the kingdom, international agreements ratified by the Saudi state and statements given by human rights defenders.