Katarina Kruhonja (born 1949) is a peace activist from Osijek, eastern Croatia. She is a director of the Centre for Peace, Non-violence and Human Rights, an NGO based in Osijek, set up with the support of Adam Curle. In 1998, she was joint recipient of the Right Livelihood Award along with Vesna Terselic of the Anti-War Campaign of Croatia.
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- "Katarina Kruhonja (Croatia)". The Right Livelihood Award. Retrieved 2008-08-15.