Published Saturday, 01 February 2014
Large numbers of police swarmed part of the city centre. (© Presseye)
Large numbers of police gathered in the Donegall Avenue area of the city ahead of the lunchtime parade.
Royal Avenue was closed between Donegall Street and North Street for a period during the parade.
The event was organised by the North Belfast Civil Rights' Association.
Its aim, organisers said, was to "highlight inequality in housing" in nationalist areas.
The rally also called for more leisure facilities to be provided in those areas.
A small loyalist protest was held on Royal Avenue during the march.
The demonstration passed off without incident, police said.
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