EUCLID’s constitutive text with its charter, approved by its Participating States, was duly registered and published in the United Nations Treaty Series (OMOU /UFA ) in December 2010 according to the provisions of Article 102 of the United Nations Charter.
As of 2016, EUCLID serves 12 Participating States (just over 6% of the UN membership) spanning 4 continents (Africa, Americas, Asia, Australia-Pacific).
Its primary service is to the government staff of its Participating States, but EUCLID also accepts a limited number of students from the general public as well as officials working for non-Participating States such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kenya, etc.
EUCLID has its global headquarters in Banjul, Gambia, and is a full member in good standing of the Association of African Universities, and of United Nations Academic Impact, among others.
See also: EUCLID Participating States
See also: EUCLID’s constitutive documents as filed with and published by the United Nations on http://treaties.un.org