Chair of Breakthrough Jackie Driver named again in Power List 100

We're really proud to announce that our Chair Jackie Driver has been relisted on the 2018 Shaw Trust Disability Power 100 list!Read more

New disabled women's project will break down barriers into political life

Democracy Disability and Devolution - a women's project Are you a disabled woman interested in politics? We need you! Join us to find out how you can break down the barriers to participation.Read more

Create a logo competition

Create a logo competition! Breakthrough is working with Our Manchester, on the Our Manchester Disability Plan.Read more

Job Club and mock interview successes

"Clients felt it was a valuable experience in showing how to present to an employer, having gained confidence and knowledge through the Job club.”Read more

Jay's Talent Match story

“I couldn’t leave the house, I was very afraid to go out, but then I met Richard through the JobCentre.”Read more

Guides to Help Disabled People Challenge Discrimination

The Disability Justice Project has produced some interactive guides to support disabled people to challenge discrimination.Read more

Charging for Care and Support Survey

Does your local council charge you for your care and support? If so please take part in this survey about charges for care and support.Read more

EHRC Housing Inquiry Launched

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) have launched their Inquiry into housing for disabled people.Read more

J2E courses to end

Sad news this month that there is no more funding to run our popular J2E courses. The programme was run on a trial basis for a year, and although successful is due to finish at the end of June.Read more

DDRG Design Input a Winner at Architects Journal Awards

Simpson Haugh architects have won an award for Deansgate-Castlefield tram stop in the category “Infrastructure Project of the Year”. The national awards are presented by the Architects Journal and “celebrate and reward design excellence in UK architecture”.Read more