(South Africa) - Cary Alan Johnson, the Africa specialist for the New York-based International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC), is respected globally for the dedication and effectiveness of his work on behalf of LGBT people on that continent. On October 15, Johnson is moving to South Africa to direct an expanded Africa team from IGLHRC's office in Johannesburg. Where in the continent has there been the most spectacular progress since Johnson has been on the Africa desk at IGLHRC? "I would have to say Kenya," he responded. "As I mentioned, it was the first African country that I visited, back in 1981, so it's the place where I can most clearly see the progress."