Department of International Magical Cooperation
The Department for the International Magical Cooperation is the department of the Ministry of Magic that attempts to get wizards from various countries to work towards a common goal. This department creates the standards of trade, determines the regulations for cauldron thickness, trade standards, and interpretation of international magic laws. This department also works with other departments for special events, such as the Triwizard Tournament when they worked with the Department of Magical Games and Sports.
de·part·ment of in·ter·na·tion·al ma·gi·cal co·op·er·a·tion
/dəˈpärt’mənt fôr T͟Hē reɡ’yəˈlā’SHən and kənˈtrōl əv maj’ə’kəl krē’CHərs/
Department for the International Magical Cooperation History
The Department of International Magical Cooperation was established by Minister for Magic Artemisia Lufkin sometime between 1798 and 1811. The divisions under this department include the International Magical Trading Standards Body, the International Magical Office of Law, and the International Confederation of Wizards (British seats).
People Also Ask
How many ministries of magic are there?
There are seven ministries of magic including the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, the Department of Magical Accidents and Catastrophes, the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, the Department of International Magical Cooperation, the Department of Magical Transportation, the Department of Magical Games and Sports, and the Department of Mysteries.
When are the jobs in the Ministry of Magic?
The jobs in the Ministry of Magic include:
- Advisor to the Minister of Magic
- Exotic Symbol Analyst
- Head of the Muggle-Born Registration Commission
- Head research assistant
- Hit Wizard
- Junior Assistant to the Minister of Magic
- Junior Minister
- Junior Undersecretary
- Keeper of the Hall of Prophecy
- Lead Liason Minister
- Quill Control & Rune Translation
- Research Assistant
- Senior Minister
- Senior Undersecretary to the Minister of Magic
- Special Advisor for Elf Legislation
- Watch Wizard