Partners and Funders

Brazilian Public Labor Prosecution Office

The Federal Labor Prosecution Office (FLPO) is an independent public body tasked with defending the rule of law and the fundamental rights within labor relations in Brazil. The institution is a leading entity in the fight against human trafficking. Our Lab has actively collaborated with the FLPO in Maranhão, in partnership with the Government of Maranhão and the State’s Slave Labor Eradication Commission, with student exchanges, training initiatives, data collection efforts, and support to survivors-centered activities within the SmartLab’s Integra 8.7 platform.


The SmartLab Initiative develops data-driven solutions offering insights to government entities, nonprofit organizations, civil society groups, and academics. Drawing from public data, the SmartLab Observatories provide hundreds of indicators that support informed policy decisions across Brazil’s 5,570 municipalities. These insights bolster effective public policies, amplify local initiatives aimed at vulnerable communities, and help improve data collection strategies to fight trafficking. In addition, SmartLab monitors anti-trafficking policies ( in Brazil and its South American neighbors, and helps improve social assistance for survivors through the Integra 8.7 platform.

Survivor Alliance

Survivor Alliance envisions a world where survivors of slavery and human trafficking are thriving members of society. The achieve this vision by uniting and empowering survivors of slavery and human trafficking around the world to become leaders of the anti-slavery movement. They believe that building sustainable survivor communities enables survivors to thrive and that empowered survivors will lead the anti-slavery movement and create solutions for fellow survivors to thrive. By providing learning, leadership, and engagement opportunities, survivors can find a way to transform trauma into treasured knowledge and expertise.

Instituto Trabalho Decente

Instituto Trabalho Decente (Decent Work Institute) is a civil society organization based in Brasília that implements activities all over the country with the goal of promoting human rights in the world of work, decent work, and sustainable development, focusing on the socioeconomic integration of vulnerable people, groups, and communities.

U.S. Department of State, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons

The TIP Office leads the Department’s global efforts to combat human trafficking through the prosecution of traffickers, the protection of victims, and the prevention of human trafficking.

Global Fund to End Modern Slavery

GFEMS exists to build a survivor-centric global anti-trafficking movement. We seek to do this by supporting advocacy and providing flexible funding for survivor-leaders, activists, and grassroots organizations around the world.

King Center on Global Development

The Stanford King Center on Global Development is a university-wide research center working to help improve the lives of people living in poverty around the world. The Center enables a multidisciplinary community of Stanford scholars to conduct path-breaking research, shape policy and practice, and train and inspire a diverse new generation of global leaders.

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment is working toward a future in which societies meet people’s needs for water, food, health and other vital services while sustaining the planet.

Stanford HAI

At Stanford HAI, our vision is led by our commitment to studying, guiding and developing human-centered AI technologies and applications

Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health​

We enable emerging leaders and multi-disciplinary researchers to solve global health challenges and improve health equity.

The Lab would also like to thank the Dolby Family for their support of our work since the very beginning.

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Lizzy Constantz, MPH

Lizzy Constantz serves as the Program Manager for the Stanford Human Trafficking Data Lab. She is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she studied human trafficking and human rights, culminating in a Masters thesis analyzing the correlates of early child marriage in Ethiopia. Prior to her work in public health, Lizzy developed an expertise in translation and clinical research, as well as programs and operations management. As Program Manager, she is eager to use her background and education to advance the lab’s initiatives.