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the government decided not to ban single-use plastics completely. instead, the government is currently trying to spread awareness among the people through a campaign against it. earlier there was news that from october 2, single use plastic will be banned.
the government has made it clear that the purpose of pm modi's clean india campaign is not to ban single-use plastic. on the twitter handle 'swachh bharat' run by the ministry of water power, the government said that the objective of the campaign is to spread awareness against single-use plastic.
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from street vendors and domestic workers to subsistence farmers and seasonal agriculture workers, women make up a disproportionate percentage of workers in the informal sector. in south asia, over 80 per cent of women in non-agricultural jobs are in informal employment; in sub-saharan africa, 74 per cent; and in latin america and the caribbean, 54 per cent .
working in informal, or grey economy, as it’s sometimes called, leaves women often without any protection of labour laws, social benefits such as pension, health insurance or paid sick leave. routinely work for lower wages and in unsafe conditions, including risk of sexual harassment. the lack of social protections has long-term impact on women. for example, fewer women receive pensions globally, and as a result, more elderly women are now living in poverty. even in developed economies, such as in france, germany, greece and italy, women’s average pension is more than 30 per cent lower than men’