This resource can be found on the RMIT project page, under the heading 'Economic Shocks: Reducing Vulnerability and Increasing Resilience in the Pacific'.
This project into Household Vulnerability and Resilience to Economic Shocks, a collaboration between RMIT University, Oxfam Australia, Deakin University and the University of the South Pacific, gives a good example of the way that video can be used to report findings. The short, 13:33 minute production was produced by RMIT's researchers Simon Feeny, Lachlan McDonald and Alberto Posso, and gives a concise and engaging overview of the project, including its background, main findings, and policy recommendations. The video is available in English, Pijin or Bislama.
Feeny, S., McDonald, L. and Posso, A. (2013). Ekonomi Blong Yumi (English Version) [Video]. Retrieved from https://www.rmit.edu.au/research/research-institutes-centres-and-groups/research-groups/international-development-and-trade-research/projects/economic-shocks