5.05 countering economic exploitation
This Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) banner must be the most textually dense banner I've ever seen, and certainly the most chock-full of legal history. I saw it at the US Social Forum in Detroit (USSF2010).
Military recruiters have a quota, or what they call a "mission," specifying how many people they're expected to enlist each month. When they don't reach their quotas, they're often pressured intensely, ordered to work overtime, and threatened with career-ending consequences. Not all recruiters lie, but lies by military recruiters aren't the exception, they're common. ABC in New York, for example, sent hidden cameras into recruiting stations in 2006 and found 5 of 10 recruiters they taped lied on camera (see item 11).