An estimated one in three women will experience physical or sexual violence in her lifetime.
The report recommends that developing countries in East Asia “take steps to reform their existing pension schemes, including considering gradual increases in retirement age.”
Rights and development groups say a draft law on access to information will be more useful to the public if it has input from outside the government.
The US-based World Justice Project ranks Cambodia 99th out of 102 countries for its rule of law.
Reporters Without Border (RSF) said four of the murders took place in Cambodia, where the group alleged “disgraceful impunity” for perpetrators.
Cambodian officials say the government is ready to respond to attacks, though, as the recent mob beatings of two opposition lawmakers demonstrates, the country is not exempt from violence.
Yem Chroeum was found guilty of running an illegal clinic and, according to the verdict, “intentionally causing HIV transmission to other people,” through the reuse of dirty syringes and needles.
More than 50 percent of Cambodia’s population is female, and many see the new generation as a catalyst for change.
About 1,000 unions are active for workers rights, in a sector that employs up to 700,000 people.
Yem Chroeum, 55, was accused of reusing needles and syringes on patients in his unlicensed clinic, spreading the virus.
More than 170,000 families across country adversely affected by land disputes in 2014, according to recent NGO report.
In July, an estimated 2.9 million Cambodians were on Facebook, up from 1.7 million a year earlier.